10 Low Sodium Snacks for Kidney Disease from Costco

Low sodium snacks
  1. Julie Snyder says:

    Thanks for the examples.
    I spend tons of time on the computer trying to figure out how much phosphorus is not only in all kinds of natural foods, but also how much of it will actually be used in my body vs going through. (I don’t buy things with any of the phosphorus/chemical additives) Any/all lists of vegies, legumes/beans, fruits, etc (no meat, or dairy)? I have Osteoporosis plus CKD (I work out every day unless too much back or foot pain), so any suggestions (including doctors who deal with that combination) greatly appreciated!!! Thanks, JS

    • Kellsey Reed says:

      Hi Julie! Thank you so much for your comment. Phosphorus can be so tricky! Typically, as long as you are avoiding phosphate additives in foods (these are mostly found in ultra-processed foods), then you don’t need to keep track of how much phosphorus you’re getting in a day from food. That is so time consuming and almost impossible because of the different absorption rates! I actually have a free meal plan guide/grocery list that includes lower sodium, phosphate additive free, and more plant based foods choices for CKD. You can download it here: https://ckdnutrition.com/ckd-meal-plan

  2. June says:

    Love these tips. I almost bought one but not really sure about. I also have type two diabetes.

  3. Cathy says:

    Are unsalted cashews and okay snack.

    • Kellsey says:

      Hi Cathy! Yes, they are! I would suggest having some cashews with some fruit or veggies for a filling and balanced snack!

  4. Karen says:

    how many nuts are allowed.

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