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Body Detox Bundle: Lectin Free Cookbook & Renal Diet Recipes

Beginner Friendly Guide for Men & Women to Rapid Weight Loss & Healthy Kidneys
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Summary

Are you ready for total body repair the painless and simple way?

You may find a lot of overlap between the renal diet and lectin-free diet. They’re both amazing body-boosters designed to get you back on track and stay healthy for life using only a few simple dietary changes.

This cookbook bundle includes The Ultimate Renal Diet Cookbook and the Lectin Free Cookbook. Join the millions of people who have gone lectin-free and conquered obesity, arthritis, skin conditions, gout, and many more debilitating conditions they thought were not treatable. Your kidneys will thank you. Best of all, you can do all this while still eating food that tastes great!

What Dave Robbins has compiled here is a host of side dishes, sauces, main dishes, desserts, recipes for children, and beverages that taste amazing and are easy to prepare, including:

  • A total of 220 amazing and simple recipes
  • Seven-day meal plans
  • Chili rice with beef
  • Parsley burger
  • Chicken noodle soup
  • Blueberry muffins
  • French toast
  • Macaroni salad
  • Jeweled cookies
  • Strawberry cake
  • Carrot cake
  • Baked apples
  • Cranberry punch
  • And much more

Your health isn’t going to take care of itself. Order your audiobook bundle including Healthy Kidneys - The Renal Diet Cookbook and The Lectin Free Cookbook right now.

©2018 Dave Robbins (P)2018 Dave Robbins

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  • Hydra
  • MANSFIELD, LA
  • 09-07-19

This book is an excellent resource for newly diagn

This book is an excellent resource for newly diagnosed CKD patients. I was already following a paleo diet and avoiding processed foods, but I wasn’t sure if there were certain veggies or proteins I should be limiting based on my CKD. This book includes lists of foods that are high in potassium, phosphorus and sodium which CKD patients need to be mindful of in meal planning. The author includes weekly meal plans with corresponding shopping lists, as well as recipes. There is also a section on reading food labels. A must read for those wanting to adopt a healthier lifestyle and better manage their CKD through diet.

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There are nice kidney-friendly recipes. I can onl


There are nice kidney-friendly recipes. I can only give Five stars because of a major failing -- what is the portion size for the very differing recipes. Some are for one or two servings. Others are multiple servings. Although suggested portion sizes for some foods are given in the first part of the book, determining how many portions/services each recipe makes is not at all clear and makes the reader guess in nearly every case.

I have messaged the publisher via facebook with a request that they send me a list of portions/servings for each recipe. I will post here if they respond with useful information.

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Not a bad Body Detox Bundle but does not really

Not a bad Body Detox Bundle but does not really follow the Plant Paradox religiously. This is made for the Instant Pot electric cooker. Any cooker will do. The best part of this is that some of the recipes tell you how to make different gravies and sauces without the thickening properties of flour. Mostly just reducing the liquid but thickening with arrowroot. If you have been on Plant Paradox for awhile, you can also throw in red lentils while pressure cooking. They just dissolve and thicken on their own.

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My husband is on dialysis and with the restriction

My husband is on dialysis and with the restrictions, it sometimes feels like you can't indulge in yummy foods. This book changes that! It's full of recipes, tips, and guidance to help you understand your diet, and keep it full of flavor. I personally fell in love with a cucumber salsa that was actually more like a ceviche - we look forward to making it in the summer for parties as it's delicious, something unexpected, and great for his health!

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  • rehow
  • NEW YORK, NY
  • 22-06-19

I at first found this at the library and my parent

I at first found this at the library and my parents were so impressed with it that I ordered one for them.
They were very frustrated because they had no clue how to be on a renal diet and this really helped them.

The recipes are actually food you would want to eat!!!

They also learned that they can have all foods ( within reason) as long as they do it in moderation!!

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  • xerot
  • New York, NY
  • 22-06-19

Kidney disease and dialysis is so hard to deal wit

Kidney disease and dialysis is so hard to deal with. Especially with the huge diet restrictions. I love this cook book because not only are there kidney friendly recipes, there is advise and tips on substitutions for things like dairy (too much calcium and phosphorus) and little facts that one might not have known about renal diets all together. I love that I can make these recipes without feeling guilty about going against my dietitian's wishes for me be careful with what I eat.

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Very informative book with a weekly meal plans for

Very informative book with a weekly meal plans for a healthier kidney. It start with some diet tips, understanding Kidney disease, meal plan action and recipes. Includes more than 125 recipes. List all the macronutrients, vitamins and minerals you can find in the food. Gives you a grocery list for the pantry. The 28 meal plan is excellent, providing you all you need for every week meal plan with a shopping list. Shows you strategies for dining out. The recipes includes breakfast, snacks, vegetarian, soups, stews, salads, seafood, meat and desserts. This book is very easy to read and understand. Helps you in many ways staring having a healthy life and change your bad eating habits. Is not only for people with kidney disease is for everyone who wants be healthy and eat better. Recommended.

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As mentioned by others, there are a lot of meat re

As mentioned by others, there are a lot of meat recipes and also we spotted a few ingredients that are on most patients' "no/avoid" lists. After subtracting out the recipes we (and likely others) can't use -- there are still some interesting ones left, though. Anyone doing the cooking for a patient needs to be advised to use their list of okay-not okay food items and ingredients from their doc, to compare to what is presented in the book. More photos would have been nice. On positive side -- book is easy to read and recipes look like a person of any cooking skill level will be able to do. Most helpful: for each recipe the author has the per serving amounts listed -- of calories, fat, carbs, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and protein.

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The good: the recipes are easy to follow, varied,

The good: the recipes are easy to follow, varied, easy to prepare and don't require hard-to-get ingredients. The not-so-good: I purchased this book for someone who recently started dialysis. Both pre-dialysis and dialysis patients need to limit sodium, potassium and phosphorus in their diets, but there is one big difference. People with CKD, but not on dialysis, also need to cut down on protein, while people on dialysis need to do the opposite; they need to increase protein. The recommended serving sizes in the book are very small. For example, a meatloaf recipe calls for a pound of ground beef and, if the author is to be believed, serves 8. That's two ounces of meat per portion--actually, less, after the meat is cooked. That just isn't enough protein for people on dialysis, unless they are getting a lot of protein from other foods. Of course, portions can be doubled or tripled, but then sodium, potassium and phosphorus would also be doubled or tripled, unfortunately to levels that are higher than advisable. This is the case for many of the recipes in the book. For someone not on dialysis, this book would be a good resource. For the person on dialysis, not so much.

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  • vesiyu
  • NEW YORK, NY
  • 22-06-19

I purchased this book when my a family member was

I purchased this book when my a family member was diagnosed with kidney failure and began dialysis. We knew nothing about a renal diet and this book is a must-have. The recipes are super easy and short with few ingredients and no complicated directions. Our family member had not done much cooking so it was very much appreciated. Each recipe includes number of calories and amounts of potassium, phosphorous, protein, sodium, fat, etc. The book starts out with clear and concise information regarding what bodily function each nutrient is needed for and the approximate range a person on dialysis should stay within which was extremely helpful. The book also includes a 28 day menu plan for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as snacks. The menus use the recipes in the book and include shopping lists for each week. For each day if you use the recipes and/or menus you just have to add the amounts listed at the end of the recipes to calculate the levels for each nutrient. There are even a number of seasoning mixes you can put together and have available for delicious and gourmet tasting culinary delights. So simple, yet very inexpensive!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-06-19

good one

It met my expectations and then some. Tried some of the recipes and they were excellent. One did not meet our expectations but you never hit 100% in any cookbook. Even more important was the very helpful dietary information and guidelines.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-06-19

After looking over several renal diet plan cookboo

After looking over several renal diet plan cookbooks, I am so glad that I chose this one. All of the recipes I have tried so far (about 8) have been very good and easy to make. With the use of many fresh herbs for flavor, it can sometimes take more prep than I'd like, but that's just me. When the meal was completed, it was worth it.
The best thing about this book is her simple explanations of renal disease in layman's terms and stressing that diet is so important in combating CRD. Her words gave me hope and made me not so fearful of this diagnosis. For that, I am grateful to have found it.
I can't wait for her new book of recipes to come out February 28, and I've already pre-ordered it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-06-19

I really like the way this book is set up with the

I really like the way this book is set up with the table of contents linked to each recipe making it easy to locate each one. Also in each recipe are links to other sections with directions and recipes on making individual ingredients like rubs, broth and seasoning combinations. I especially liked that chapter. The book also includes good information on understanding kidney disease and learning to cook with that in mind. I do wish the charts on the makeup of various foods was simpler. I just want a list of foods to definitely avoid and perhaps ones to indulge in now and then. Surely there are other candies to be had other than the hard tack variety, something gooey and chewy to satisfy that craving. I would definitely recommend this book to those who find themselves suddenly dealing with this disease.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-06-19

I liked it so much I ordered it for my sister. The

I liked it so much I ordered it for my sister. The recipes are really easy to make and doesn't take long to make. It has a 28-day diet plan which I am in the first week following. I highly recommend this cookbook.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-06-19

Great recipes featuring fresh ingredients. New and

Great recipes featuring fresh ingredients. New and different recipes and lots of good tips. I am cooking with less salt, potassium and phosphorus with excellent results.

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  • Amanda
  • 22-06-19

Love this and a great resource for meals, planning

Love this and a great resource for meals, planning and shopping...would love to see more available and more snacks to make and share!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-06-19

The best book. I highly recommend it to anyone wit

The best book. I highly recommend it to anyone with Kidney Problems. I use it all the time, it helped me to learn what to eat and what not to eat. I use the Kidney Grocery Guide to help select the food when I grocery shop. Doctors couldn't give me that information.

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  • Rusho
  • 22-06-19

good one

Bought this for my sister to replace one she’s had for many years! It was just what she was looking for and is very pleased with it!

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  • Addison
  • 22-06-19

good one

My niece has been cooking almost exclusively out of this cookbook in order to lower her salt intake. She says the recipes are delicious and the author found creative ways to avoid using so much salt.

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  • Ana
  • 22-06-19

good one

I purchased this for my wife. She advised me that the cookbook helped her with her new diet.

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