Home-made beef burgers for the BBQ Burgers are a staple to many peoples barbecue during the summer. However those bought from the supermarket often contain phosphate additives and added salt, making them less ideal for people with renal disease. Making them with good quality mincemeat will reduce the highly absorbable phosphate additives, whilst also being[…]
No salt pesto Pesto tastes great added to cooked pasta, vegetables, sandwiches and fish. Unfortunately pesto bought in the shops is often high in salt, this easy recipe is a nice alternative. 50 g pine nuts 2 cloves fresh garlic 150 ml olive oil 50 g fresh basil leaves juice of approximately ½ lemon ½[…]
Sarah Brook, a renal dietitian from Salford Royal Foundation Trust, has produced a great video on controlling salt intake for chronic kidney disease patients.