December 21, 2012 |
The holidays are here! It’s the season to spend time with family and friends. And when there are get-togethers, there is food. This time of year it’s tempting to cheat a little on your recommended diet. However if you do, try to limit it to one or two small portions of special foods. You can also cut back in other areas to account for overindulging. It’s easy to take in more salt, fluid, potassium or phosphorus than you intend, which might not make you feel so good later. Fortunately there are tricks to help eat wisely and plenty of kidney-friendly foods to treat yourself to.
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