Quick, easy, tasty roasted asparagus.
Looking for a great low potassium, low phosphorus, low sodium recipe? Check this one out, compliments of Alisha Groot-Nibbelink, a nutrition student from London Ontario.
If you’re prone to calcium containing kidney stones, consider drinking lemonade as a way to reduce your risk of stone formation. Lemon juice contains citrate, a substance that helps reduce the formation of calcium containing stones.
This was my grandmother’s recipe and shockingly there’s no salt in it. Unlike the traditional creamy dressings this one is very light-tasting. If you don’t have the time or energy to shred or chop the cabbage, buy the pre-shredded coleslaw blend available in your supermarket.
Most chili recipes are loaded with salt and high potassium beans but this is a wonderfully fresh flavoured chili stew that needs no salt. Even better – it only takes about 30minutes to get on the table!
This is a great and simple recipe that can be easily modified according to your palate. Homemade chicken and rice soup is a great alternative to packaged or canned soup that are loaded with salt.