May 22, 2013 |
Summer is on its way (finally) and now is the time to plant a kidney-friendly garden! We have some tips to make sure your garden is best suited for your needs.
Low Potassium Produce
*Once harvested, double boil or pre-soak to reduce potassium. Talk to your Registered Dietitian for more information.
Be kind to your kidneys by going low-sodium and using herbs to add flavour in meals. Plant herbs in small pots on balconies, window sills or in old recycle bins.
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