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This website has been developed by CORU registered Renal Dietitians

Disclaimer

  • Disclaimer 1
    The resources on this website (recipes, meal plans, shopping list, background information and blogs) have been developed, reviewed and analysed by Renal Dietitians who are members of the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute (“INDI”).
    The resources have been designed for adults (over eighteen years) from the Republic of Ireland (ROI) with kidney disease.
    The coding system for the recipes is based on the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute renal diet sheet and the Irish (ROI) method of educating adults with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and those on dialysis.
    Before using the resources on this website, users are advised to refer to their individualized diet sheet for guidance on allowances.
    The information contained on this website is intended for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended to replace individual treatment / consultation under the care of a Renal Dietitian or Medical Practitioner. While care has been taken in the preparation of the information contained on this website, the INDI makes no representation, guarantee or warranty as to the accuracy of the information contained on this website. No liability whatsoever is accepted by the INDI for any action taken in reliance of the information on this website. Visitors who rely on any information contained on this website do so entirely at their own risk.
    Users are advised to contact their Renal Dietitian or Medical Practitioner should there be any doubt as to the appropriateness of the resources on this website.
  • Disclaimer 2
    The coding system for the recipes is based on the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute renal diet sheet and the Irish (ROI) method of educating adults with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and those on dialysis.
    Nutrient analysis was based primarily on data from the United Kingdom.
    Each recipe analysis provides how many protein and dairy exchanges, as well as how many portions of fruit, vegetable and potato, it provides per serving. All coding is based on one serving and not the full recipe.
    All the recipes are kidney friendly and do not include ingredients that are high in potassium, phosphate or salt. Manufacturers may change ingredient lists so it is important to check food labels.
    Before using these recipes, users are advised to refer to their individualized diet sheet for guidance on allowances.
  • Disclaimer 3
    This website contains links to third party websites.
    These linked sites are not under the control of the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute (INDI) and the INDI are not responsible or liable for the contents of any of these linked sites, including without limitation any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to a linked site.
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  • We are delighted to see this website coming from the Renal Interest Group – we regularly get calls from patients, and their families, seeking information on the renal diet and this will be a great resource.

  • Maire Leddy SheridanClinical Nurse Manager, Renal Dialysis Unit Cavan and Monaghan Hospital Group

    I feel this informative website will empower patients to look at their own diet and strive to improve their quality of life. I wish to thank all involved in getting this of the ground.

  • Val TwomeyAuthor of Truly Tasty

    I would like to congratulate the renal dietitians from the Renal Interest Group of the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute for such a wonderful, informative, eye catching patient education site. Just Brilliant!