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About Mathea Ford
As a veteran registered dietitian, my clients are the most valuable resource I have! I work to learn from them and provide them with great information and solutions. So, the books that I write are done with a scientific background, but written for an audience of my clients - so they are easy to put into use. My first few titles were direct results of my research and my business activities but the later titles are direct from questions and requests from client emails. The books you see listed here cover several chronic conditions which are growing concerns for many in the United States and the UK. If you are a looking for a way to start your path to healthy living then find out why my clients return again and again for the next title. Diet and Nutrition for chronic conditions are the focus of my titles and my research. You will find that these titles will turn wasted hours into productive ones. In addition, I have a wonderful family and enjoy my work as CEO of Healthy Diet Menus For You, LLC and Renal Diet Headquarters. Look for our podcast on itunes under Renal Diet HQ, where you can learn more about renal diets and hear interviews with interesting experts.
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Look no further, we have created an easy to understand plan for you to follow along and create your own meal plan using your own information - height, weight, age. And provided an excel spreadsheet that will do the math for you! It's easy to get this done. Learn more about what types of foods to eat and what types of meals to create.
Besides the spreadsheet, we provide you with an exhaustive list of foods that are categorized by type of food and how much sodium, potassium or phosphorus they contain. We even give you a list of fast foods that will help you make better decisions. Don't waste any more time, get started now!
Need To Cook For Pre-Dialysis Kidney Disease? Yes, there is a difference between renal diets. If you are NOT on dialysis, this is for you!
Created by a veteran Registered Dietitian, “The Kidney Friendly Diet Cookbook:
Recipes For A Predialysis Kidney Disease Lifestyle” has all the necessary tools in a ckd cookbook that you need for low sodium, low phosphorus and low potassium recipes based on your predialysis kidney disease.
Need To Understand The Restrictions?
Predialysis kidney disease patients have different restrictions than those of dialysis patients. This chronic kidney disease cookbook focuses on those with predialysis kidney disease and provides nutritional information for every recipe.
Need To Restrict Certain Minerals like potassium and sodium?
If your medical professional has you restricting protein, sodium or maybe even potassium then this chronic kidney disease cookbook will allow you to properly
select the recipes that apply more closely to your
The days of the generic "renal" cookbook are over.
As a predialysis patient you need more targeted recipes and nutritional information so more informed choices can be made and you can "create your own kidney diet meal plan" for predialysis based on the foods you like and the needs you have.
Food categories include:
- Side Dishes
Also included is an alphabetical index of all recipes.
It is time to add this ckd cookbook to your tool kit! This cookbook certainly will give you the choices that you have been searching for.
Anemia affects many millions of people throughout the world. Iron deficiency can cause weakness and tired spells if not managed. As I began my research with kidney disease patients it became clear that there are many with all types of chronic illness that deal with anemia. Use the tips and suggestions written herein to develop a management plan for yourself and avoid the iron deficiency problems and avoid the tiredness you feel every day. Enjoy life, rid yourself of constant anemia. Learning what it means, what can help and what to do are essential tools to making the necessary changes to heal.
Whether or not you have diabetes or heart disease, you can use this information to slow the progression of your chronic renal failure and have a longer, healthier life! Want to know the sodium content of foods? You get a chart of potassium, sodium, and phosphorus amounts in food as a free gift with this book to help you make better choices.
What you will find within this book are tough questions involving all aspects of your health as it relates to kidney disease. Buying and reading this book will free you from the "unknown" that you and your doctor fail to communicate and hide from. This book will give you the platform for an open discussion with your doctor making the disease and your future health much more clear.
Dialysis kidney disease patients have different restrictions than those of pre-dialysis patients. This cookbook focuses on those with dialysis kidney disease and provides nutritional information for every recipe.
If your medical professional has you restricting fluid intakes, phosphorus, sodium and potassium then this cookbook will allow you to properly select the recipes that apply more closely to your restrictions. The days of the generic "renal diet" cookbook are over!
As a dialysis patient you need more targeted recipes and nutritional information so more informed choices can be made and you can "create your own kidney diet meal plan" for dialysis based on the foods you like and the needs you have.
Breakfast Food categories include: Brunch, Pancakes,French Toast, Eggs, Breakfast Breads and Salads, Parfaits and Smoothies
Also included is an alphabetical index of all recipes.
It is time to add this cookbook to your tool kit! This cookbook certainly will give you the choices that you have been searching for.
Large Print format provides for easy reading and color coded pages allows for ease of finding food groups. This cookbook provides for both the patient and the caregiver and is written in language which is easily understood. Dialysis With Comfort.
To begin with, it will discuss the other types of health care practitioners you might see as well as what they do and how to know if they are qualified. As well as discussing some herbs and aromatherapy routines that you can implement into your self care to improve your health care. While this does not solve your kidney failure, it can provide a good resource for ways to care for yourself outside of traditional Western medicine.