Every one of our Kidney Kitchen recipes is very carefully analysed and approved by the British Dietetic Association Renal Nutrition Specialist Group (RNG).
Low potassium snacks, lunches and dinners
Cooking for kidney health
Everything you need to know to prepare good, tasty food, modified by our team of chefs and kidney dietitians to fit more closely with the needs of people with CKD.
Easy weeknight suppers, quick snacks and perfect puddings – the Kidney Kitchen website is packed with recipes to try. Follow the step-by-step instructions and enjoy!
Kitchen skills videos
New to cooking? Our videos will help with basic skills – how to chop an onion, julienne a carrot, make crumble topping and know when your pasta is perfectly cooked.
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Lowering your potassium levels
Potassium is a mineral that can build up in your body if your kidneys are not working properly. Some medicines can also increase your potassium levels. Read on for advice to help lower your potassium levels.
Choosing a plant-based diet with CKD
Kidney Kitchen renal dietitian Angeline Taylor explains how eating more plant foods can help you stay well when you are living with chronic kidney disease (CKD).
A healthy diet and lifestyle for your kidneys
Most people with kidney problems will benefit from a healthy diet. It is important to try to eat the right balance of foods to stay healthy.