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kickingandscreaming
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« on: November 02, 2018, 10:00:07 AM »

https://www.jrnjournal.org/article/S1051-2276(17)30151-6/fulltext

Decent chart of nutrients including phosphorus and potassium







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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2018, 10:08:11 AM »

Many thanks K&S for providing this most reassuring article, it is very much appreciated.
Thanks again from Kristina. :grouphug;

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« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2018, 05:14:31 PM »

Kristina--

I went vegetarian six or seven weeks ago.  It was easier than I thought, although I'm probably not as strict as you.  I allow myself a free meal once per week, which usually includes a second helping.  I also use protein bars and shakes as long as they're low in the three other restricted ingredients.  I haven't had any lab tests yet, but I did lose about ten pounds without even trying.  Not that I needed to lose them, but it means that I can eat quantity as well as quality.  I'm hoping that a meatless diet arrests or reverses the recent decline in my GFR.
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« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2018, 06:17:41 AM »


I absolutely LOVE Pea Pods.  Fresh in salads or cooked in anything.  Too bad they are seasonal and not in my local stores more often or I would eat more of them.

Half way through the article I started thinking a cock pot of thick split pea soup was starting to sound really good.

That ended when I got to the line about Purines.  With my Gout that would be a huge problem.

I've often wondered about the benefits of a vegetarian diet but I am stuck eating mostly meats.  A single steak or thick pork chop and I and done.  Lunch or dinner, that is about all I eat.  I know it isn't the healthiest and I really need to add more veggies.  I rarely have a salad as with the Wife now in a Nursing Home it is just me.  I never learned how to fix anything small.  I learned to cook for 6 or 7 so everything is done pretty much large scale.

My breakfast is usually only my one large cup of coffee and a blueberry muffin.  Sometimes I fix a slice of toast and eggs instead but not very often.

I do add a heaping spoon of vanilla protein powder to my coffe.  It works a lot like a creamer and gives me that little bit of protein to my daily diet.  Can't hurt I hope.

I'm still learning.  But I got a long way to go yet.
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« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2018, 10:11:26 PM »

Kristina--

I went vegetarian six or seven weeks ago.  It was easier than I thought, although I'm probably not as strict as you.  I allow myself a free meal once per week, which usually includes a second helping.  I also use protein bars and shakes as long as they're low in the three other restricted ingredients.  I haven't had any lab tests yet, but I did lose about ten pounds without even trying.  Not that I needed to lose them, but it means that I can eat quantity as well as quality.  I'm hoping that a meatless diet arrests or reverses the recent decline in my GFR.
Please watch your potassium intake and the best of luck, your body will be grateful ...
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