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These are general guidelines to help lower blood cholesterol levels for people with kidney disease. Talk to your dietitian about how they fit into your specific renal diet.
CHOOSE HEALTHIER FATS
EAT LESS SATURATED AND TRANS FATS
CHOOSE LOWER‐FAT DAIRY PRODUCTS
SELECT LEANER CUTS OF MEATS, CHICKEN AND FISH
LIMIT HIGH‐FAT SNACKS AND DESSERTS
INCREASE YOUR FIBRE
Foods that are lower in potassium and phosphorus but are higher in fibre include:
July 2010 ‐ Information adapted from Section 10 – Dyslipidemia and Chronic Kidney Disease – Essential Guide for Renal Dietitians.
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