Red Capsicum

Paprika is kidney-friendly, low in potassium and rich in vitamin B6, folic acid and fiber as well as vitamins C and A, making it a tasty and nutritious addition to the kidney diet. Choose.


Cabbage is a cost-effective addition to the kidney diet, offering high levels of vitamin K, vitamin C, fiber, vitamin B6 and folic acid while being low in potassium.


Rich in vitamin C and fiber, cauliflower offers various culinary options such as raw with dips, in salads, steamed or boiled with spices, or mashed as an alternative to potatoes in dialysis diets.


Garlic, with antimicrobial properties, enhances dental health, lowers cholesterol, and reduces inflammation, making it a versatile contributor to various dishes or as an alternative to garlic salt in dialysis diets.


Apples, rich in fiber and anti-inflammatory compounds, offer potential benefits for kidney health, help lower cholesterol, prevent constipation and protect against heart disease and cancer.


Cranberry offers potential protection against bladder infections, ulcers, cancer, and heart disease while promoting gastrointestinal health by inhibiting bacterial adhesion and increasing gut bacteria.


Rich in anthocyanidins and antioxidants, blueberries provide anti-inflammatory properties, support brain health, bone health and may reduce the effects of aging.

Red Grapes

Choose grapes with red or purple skins, as they have higher anthocyanin content; Freezing these can serve as a refreshing snack or thirst quencher for people on fluid-restricted dialysis diets.

Egg Whites

Egg whites provide a pure, high-quality protein with all the essential amino acids and a lower phosphorus content than alternatives such as egg yolk or meat, making them suitable for a renal diet.