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RENAL NUTRITION RESOURCES


First published in 1993 as the National Renal Diet, this updated and refreshed set of materials was developed by the Academy’s Renal Dietitians Dietetic Practice Group and the National Kidney Foundation’s Council on Renal Nutrition. All National Kidney Diet materials will be based on the updated nutrition guidelines for chronic kidney disease.


DISH UP a Dialysis-Friendly Meal for Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease on Dialysis


HOW TO PLAN A DIALYSIS- FRIENDLY MEAL


Fill a 9- or 10-inch plate with: • A palm-sized serving of protein • Fruits and vegetables • Breads, cereals, or grains • A serving of healthy fat


Limit your meal beverage to ½ to 1 cup (4 to 8 fluid ounces).


For more information on foods and beverages to enjoy, see the back of this sheet.


MORE HELP FOR PEOPLE WITH KIDNEY DISEASE


DISH UP a Kidney-Friendly Meal for Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (Not on Dialysis)


HOW TO PLAN A KIDNEY-FRIENDLY MEAL


Fill a 9- or 10-inch plate with:


• A 1/3 to 1/2 palm-sized serving of protein


• Fruits and vegetables • Breads, cereals, or grains • Healthy fats


For more information on foods and beverages to enjoy, see the back of this sheet.


MORE HELP FOR PEOPLE WITH KIDNEY DISEASE


If you are on dialysis, have a kidney transplant, or have diabetes, talk to your registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) about your nutrition needs.


If you have not yet seen a RDN and would like to know about other foods you can eat, ask your doctor for a referral for medical nutrition therapy.


If you take phosphorus binders, take them during every meal, or as directed.


If you are not on dialysis, have a kidney transplant, or have diabetes, talk to your registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) about your nutrition needs.


MY GOALS


MY GOALS


NEW! National Kidney Diet: Dish Up a Kidney-Friendly Meal


NEW! National Kidney Diet: Dish Up a Dialysis-Friendly Meal


Renal Dietitians Dietetic Practice Group and Council on Renal Nutrition/National Kidney Foundation


Based on the new practice guidelines for chronic kidney disease, these placemat-sized client handouts customized for patients with chronic kidney disease (on dialysis or not) are part of the new National Kidney Diet series. Each tearpad includes 50 handouts, which feature sample healthy plates on the front for people with chronic kidney disease and advice for planning meals using a plate. The opposite side presents guidelines and tips for making choices from each food group and offers a place to write in recommended servings and customized goals.


KIDNEY 613220 2019 50 SHEETS PER PAD 11“ x 17” $25.99 Academy Members $19.99


DIALYSIS 613120 2019 50 SHEETS PER PAD 11“ x 17” $25.99 Academy Members $19.99


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