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The Renal Diet Cookbook - 120 Easy Kidney Friendly Recipes to Managing Chronic Kidney Disease - cover

The Renal Diet Cookbook - 120 Easy Kidney Friendly Recipes to Managing Chronic Kidney Disease

Raymond James

Publisher: Raymond James

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Summary

The effective transmission of blood in order to get rid of toxic materials and excess fluid is as important as life itself. That's why the kidneys, among other sensitive organs of the body - are very important. When the kidney is kept healthy, good health and long life are guaranteed.
The "Renal Diet Cookbook" is an essential book for anyone who cares to manage his or her kidneys effectively. It contains pieces of information that addresses major kidney diseases with the help of 120 diets proven to be of low potassium, low phosphorus, and low sodium, with a view to making your kidneys strain reduced, and functioning at their bests.
The fact that someone is diagnosed of a chronic kidney disease does not mean one is hopeless: the recipes contained in this book would help you control the pace of kidney disease - they include: Creamy Cucumber Spicy Eggs, Parties Spicy Eggs, Dill Nibbles, Fresh Fruit Cranberry Dip, Seasoning Dip, Bean Dip, Delicious Barbecue Meatballs, Sugar Apple Dip, Addictive Pretzels, Asparagus Spread, Celery Almond-Cranberry, Garnished German Pancakes, Turkey Pepper Bacon Wraps, Spicy Oyster Crackers, Tofu Spring Rolls, Shrimp Rolls, Easy Baked Pancake, and much more!
More than a recipe book! Begin a healthy kidney-diet journey with this Renal Diet Cookbook TODAY!

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