Frozen Dialysis Meals will make your life easier! Imagine no more measuring, weighing, worrying and cooking. Meals arrive at your door frozen, and you take them out as needed to reheat
MagicKitchen.com, our parent company, produces frozen dialysis meals low in sodium, potassium and phosphorous for people with chronic kidney disease (CKD).
These delicious dialysis meals come frozen to your door, and are easy to heat in the oven, toaster oven or microwave.
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A delectable crab cake, paired with nutty brown rice and mixed vegetables.
It’s one thing to start a diet because you want to, and quite another thing when your doctor says you have to. People diagnosed with chronic kidney disease will generally be instructed to follow a dialysis renal diet.
In the middle stages of chronic kidney disease, the dialysis renal diet will likely limit protein, potassium and phosphorous. It can be difficult and confusing to start a new diet, especially when some of these nutrients are not listed on the nutritional labels; however the kidney diet is designed to help keep you healthy and enjoy a good quality of life.
The dialysis diet can help you slow the progression of kidney disease, so it is well worth the effort to eat renal-friendly foods. A dialysis renal diet is a diet in which certain nutrients are controlled in order to limit the build-up of excess materials and wastes produced by your body.
Help with your Dialysis Diet
It is important to have your blood work checked regularly and consult with your renal dietician.
Every dietitian has heard it; every kidney patient has said it. Often referred to as the Low-Everything diet (low potassium, low phosphorus, low sodium, low fluid and, of course, controlled protein), the dialysis renal diet has an incredibly negative connotation.
It is time for a new, updated and positive program of good eating. This will allow the person with kidney failure to live well with chronic illness and its treatment. Kidney failure is an intense journey that involves many lifestyle changes, including dietary changes and we at Dialysis Meals are here to help.
Good low sodium foods don't have to be low in flavor. Dishes like Lemon Rosemary Pork with Savory Rice prove it!
What our Customers are Saying...
My father is actually smiling again when he talks about food! He tells me that eating the meals is like eating meals from a restaurant. He actually gained some weight and increased his levels measured while on dialysis. Thank you!