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Low Potassium, Low Phosphorus, Low Sodium, Diabetic Safe Foods?
08-03-2009, 09:29 AM
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RE: Low Potassium, Low Phosphorus, Low Sodium, Diabetic Safe Foods?
Thanks Sunshine
I could not get that link, guess i willhave to try on my daughter's computer.
What i ment about P.Butter is that on a Low Phos. diet i am to have NO p.b. or any nuts at all. Plus being Diabetic i was used to eating w.w.flour and b.rice, now they say NO w.w flour or any brown rice, so comfusing cause a diabetic is to eat no white things.So i am really comfused as to what to eat for breakfast. I would love any held. Thanks Sandra
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08-03-2009, 12:26 PM
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(08-03-2009 09:29 AM)imslb63 Wrote:  Thanks Sunshine
I could not get that link, guess i willhave to try on my daughter's computer.
What i ment about P.Butter is that on a Low Phos. diet i am to have NO p.b. or any nuts at all. Plus being Diabetic i was used to eating w.w.flour and b.rice, now they say NO w.w flour or any brown rice, so comfusing cause a diabetic is to eat no white things.So i am really comfused as to what to eat for breakfast. I would love any held. Thanks Sandra

not to worry, I'll e.mail you with some information, so that you won't have to
worry about linking. Smile

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08-03-2009, 12:38 PM
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Thanks Sunshine
That will be great.
I would like a sample menue of what a low phos diet should be.But also with diabetis in mind.
Is there any place i can get that?....
Sandra
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08-03-2009, 12:56 PM
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(08-03-2009 12:38 PM)imslb63 Wrote:  Thanks Sunshine
That will be great.
I would like a sample menue of what a low phos diet should be.But also with diabetis in mind.
Is there any place i can get that?....
Sandra

I just sent you a shopping list via e.mail, see what you find on there
that's helpful to you meet your diet and I will continue to dig on the
net for more helpful info Wink

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08-03-2009, 01:13 PM (This post was last modified: 08-03-2009 01:14 PM by sunshine.)
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(08-03-2009 12:56 PM)sunshine Wrote:  
(08-03-2009 12:38 PM)imslb63 Wrote:  Thanks Sunshine
That will be great.
I would like a sample menue of what a low phos diet should be.But also with diabetis in mind.
Is there any place i can get that?....
Sandra

I just sent you a shopping list via e.mail, see what you find on there
that's helpful to you meet your diet and I will continue to dig on the
net for more helpful info Wink

ok, I hope this new recipe link helps you. You'll find it
on kidney friends, will add more recipes and anyone else that find
a good renal diabetic recipe, please add to the following link on kf
http://www.kidney-friends.net/showthread.php?tid=4624

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08-26-2009, 09:15 PM
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Hi jeskacarlson
You have to follow all the instructions carefully in your food like low sodium, low phosphorus and low potassium and diabetic diet. You can take ½ cup of cucumbers in 1 day. If you don't want to take this then use other fruits or vegetables.
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08-26-2009, 09:58 PM
Post: #17
RE: Low Potassium, Low Phosphorus, Low Sodium, Diabetic Safe Foods?
Hello Everyone
Can you please tell me what there is to eat for breakfast on a diabetic, low phos., low potassum,low sodium diet?
This is really hard for me. Especially being told to eat the jumk stuff instead of whole wheat.
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08-27-2009, 04:05 AM
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How about white bread toasted, jam made without sugar, a piece of fruit (not citrus or banana), and tea or coffee or water. Could mix crystal light or something with the water. Hope this helps. That's a really hard diet with so many restrictions. Are you on dialysis yet? If you are you can take binders for the phos.

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08-27-2009, 01:37 PM
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HI EVERYONE
I am on the way to get my second iron infusion, takes about 20 min. Doesn't hurt!
Has anyone used the phos. binders? How did you do on them?
Did it make you constapated?
does that mean if i want to eat peaut butter on toast the binders will make it ok? ( not supposed to have any nuts)
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08-27-2009, 02:48 PM
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not sure if it makes it ok but i use them after my am coke and is ok with my doc. it can help keep phos lower. but i'd ask my doc or dietition 1st what r your labs like and i see what i can find out from my dietition pm or e-mail me if u want to. r u not supposed to eat p-butter because of protien, salt ect.? theres is low salt and fat p-butter i can have it but just a lil' but everyone is on a different diet.

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