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Kick-start a kidney-healthy life with a 30-day meal plan from the author of the bestselling Renal Diet Cookbook Figuring out what you can and cannot eat when you or someone you care for is diagnosed with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease (CKD) is overwhelming. No one understands this more than Susan Zogheib, a registered dietitian and leader in the field of renal nutriti Kick-start a kidney-healthy life with a 30-day meal plan from the author of the bestselling Renal Diet Cookbook Figuring out what you can and cannot eat when you or someone you care for is diagnosed with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease (CKD) is overwhelming. No one understands this more than Susan Zogheib, a registered dietitian and leader in the field of renal nutrition, who lays out an easy 30-day meal plan for a kidney-healthy diet and lifestyle. The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed is an action-based plan that equips you with weekly menus, shopping lists, and comprehensive background information.The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed contains: An Essential Introduction covering everything you need to know about kidney disease A 30-Day Meal Plan complete with weekly menus and shopping lists for a stress-free transition to a kidney-friendly diet 100 Recipes with nutritional information and tips for variations on every recipe Tools for Success guiding you past the first 30 days and keeping you healthy long after Recipes in this renal diet cookbook include: Buckwheat Pancakes, Creamy Broccoli Soup, Vegetable Biriyani, Lemon Garlic Halibut, Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy, Strawberry Pie, and much more!Follow a proactive plan with the Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed


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Kick-start a kidney-healthy life with a 30-day meal plan from the author of the bestselling Renal Diet Cookbook Figuring out what you can and cannot eat when you or someone you care for is diagnosed with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease (CKD) is overwhelming. No one understands this more than Susan Zogheib, a registered dietitian and leader in the field of renal nutriti Kick-start a kidney-healthy life with a 30-day meal plan from the author of the bestselling Renal Diet Cookbook Figuring out what you can and cannot eat when you or someone you care for is diagnosed with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease (CKD) is overwhelming. No one understands this more than Susan Zogheib, a registered dietitian and leader in the field of renal nutrition, who lays out an easy 30-day meal plan for a kidney-healthy diet and lifestyle. The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed is an action-based plan that equips you with weekly menus, shopping lists, and comprehensive background information.The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed contains: An Essential Introduction covering everything you need to know about kidney disease A 30-Day Meal Plan complete with weekly menus and shopping lists for a stress-free transition to a kidney-friendly diet 100 Recipes with nutritional information and tips for variations on every recipe Tools for Success guiding you past the first 30 days and keeping you healthy long after Recipes in this renal diet cookbook include: Buckwheat Pancakes, Creamy Broccoli Soup, Vegetable Biriyani, Lemon Garlic Halibut, Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy, Strawberry Pie, and much more!Follow a proactive plan with the Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed

30 review for Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed: The Complete Guide to Managing Kidney Disease and Avoiding Dialysis

  1. 5 out of 5

    Angela G. Gentile

    The Journey to Kidney Health Starts with this Book "The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed: The Complete Guide to Managing Kidney Disease" (2017) is not your average cookbook. Author Susan Zogheib is a registered dietician and is considered to be a leader in the field of renal nutrition. Her expertise, experience and client-centred, holistic approach to kidney health makes this book an enjoyable read (her third book on the subject). The book is full of tools, tips, advice and practical h The Journey to Kidney Health Starts with this Book "The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed: The Complete Guide to Managing Kidney Disease" (2017) is not your average cookbook. Author Susan Zogheib is a registered dietician and is considered to be a leader in the field of renal nutrition. Her expertise, experience and client-centred, holistic approach to kidney health makes this book an enjoyable read (her third book on the subject). The book is full of tools, tips, advice and practical help for the newly diagnosed. It is set up in a way so that the advice can be personalized to suit the reader’s situation. This helpful, empowering book is written for the person newly diagnosed with early stage chronic kidney disease (CKD). Sprinkled into the book is advice about the helpfulness of a “positive attitude”, “supportive people” and “happy activities” as well as exercise and smoking cessation. It is a pleasure to read due to the colourful photographs of healthy food, and the occasional green and orange colour in the titles. The foreword is written by a doctor and the introduction provides an empowering message of taking control of your kidney disease by advocating a “kidney-friendly lifestyle.” The first of 14 chapters start out with positivity and education about CKD and gives hope that although kidney disease has no cure, it is completely manageable with diet and lifestyle --“kidney disease will allow you to take control of managing it.” Zogheib explains the role that diabetes and high blood pressure has for people with CKD. She uses encouragement, education and her professional expertise which helps the reader trust the information provided. Zogheib explains information about the “CKD 1-4 Diet”, with the main premise being a careful monitoring of protein, sodium, potassium, phosphorus and in some cases, fluid. This diet, as well as her book’s main purpose is to help slow or avoid CKD progression (avoiding need for dialysis). She often refers to having a doctor and the health care team (including a dietician) review the person’s personal health history as well as encouraging regular checkups and reviews. Daily Meal Plans, Pantry and Shopping Lists, Worksheets, Tables, Tips, Dos and Don’ts, How To’s, Recipes, Appendices, Resources, References, Indices (2!) make this book very useful and a great reference for those starting out in their quest for successful management of their kidney disease. Zogheib didn’t leave anything out. Of the 100 Recipes (in chapters 5-13), I found a few that stood out that I’d like to try (and I don’t have kidney disease!). Roasted Broccoli, Asparagus Lemon Soup, Creamy Pesto Pasta and Lemon Garlic Halibut all sound good to me! All the recipes look great and include serving size, preparation time, cook time (no more than 30 minutes), nutrition info, description and tips. Zogheib notes that people aged 60 and older are at a higher risk for CKD. She also notes high blood pressure (hypertension) is the leading cause of kidney disease – which I know is a very common affliction of many. The book provides unique tips and strategies for anyone who is on a restricted diet (e.g., sodium) or watching their intake. The “Strategies for Dining Out” is a section that everyone should read especially if they like going to the “all-you-can eat buffet.” Any newly diagnosed kidney disease patient or their family members would benefit from this book. Highly recommended. *I was provided a digital review copy of this book for a fair and honest review. Angela G. Gentile, M.S.W., R.S.W.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ann Manning

    Excellent and Educational! This book was fantastic and unbelievably helpful in information concerning what you need to know about Renal Diet. I recently discovered that my son has renal disease and I myself am diabetic. This book will be a great addition to your library and will enhance your knowledge about discovering what you need to know about Renal failure, diet and making healthy lifestyle changes.

  3. 4 out of 5

    MacKenzieLeigh Homan

    This is such a great book!!!! It really gives you such great intriguing recipes!!!! Not the dull everyday recipes you usually get from usual cookbooks but new intriguing interesting wonderfully tasting recipes. Ones that I’ll keep close to my heart for years to come. And the best part is my family didn’t even know they were eating anything different. So thanks for making such a great book!!!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    I was given a copy of this book from the publisher. If you are looking for a cookbook because you or someone you know has been recently diagnosed with Kidney Disease, this cookbook is for you. There are shopping lists, weekly menu suggestions, and even some awesome background info on this disease. I found it to be a very informative cookbook with some yummy sounding recipes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anne Wingate

    Good Recipes, Unavailable Ingredients The author has a very skewed idea of what the average person can find in the average person can find in the average grocery store and can afford. Just once I would love to see a realistic Cookbook for a serious illness.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Sanderson

    Very informative on what to eat and how to apply it to someone life that has kidney disease. recipies looked delicious cant wait to try some.

  7. 5 out of 5

    James Calvisky

    Answers many questions. Easy to read Love the conversion charts. Needed something to replace tomatoes catsup. Thank you very much. Will read other books. Good bye.

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