EARLY MORNING; BED TEA 1 CUP
BREAK FAST: MILK(tonned) 200mls (1glass)
BREAD(whole wheat) 2 slices
MID MORNING: STEWED FRUIT/TCW 150 gms/150ml
LUNCH: CEREAL 60gms(3 chappati/3 kat rice)
DAHI 125gms(1 kat) OIL 7gms(1/2 tsp)
TEA: TEA 1cup
DINNER: CEREAL 60gms(3 chappati/3 kat rice)
DAL 30gms(1 kat)
OIL 7gms(1 ½ tsp)
BED TIME MILK 150mls(1 cup)
FOR NON VEG: 1 Egg twice a week or 2 egg whites daily
80gms of chicken/80gms of fish in place of dal( 4 times a week)
Foods to be avoided
As your kidney function improves, you will be able to have much more variety in your diet. Some of the changes in your diet with improved kidney function, include:
YOU AND YOUR NEW KIDNEY
But achieving and maintaining a desirable weight is a major goal of your nutrition care plan. The bookends for weight management are: exercise and diet.
Exercise should be a planned program in consultation with your doctor
Finally, because of your medications you have a lower than normal immune system. So, it is very important to avoid food-borne illnesses.
Safe Food Handling
Milk: unpasteurized milk or other dairy product such as commercial ice creams. Commercial milk and milk products like packaged lassi, yogurt etc.
Seafood: such as in sushi, raw oysters
Sprouts: moong dal, sprouted dalia etc. should be well cooked.
Hot dogs, hamburger, and sausage must be well cooked