But my Flintstones need to have less Potassium and Phosphorus run through them, because it's hard for them to filter out those substances once I swallow them. And, let's face it, kidneys are our filters.
So I'm meeting tomorrow with a Nephrology Nutritionist to discuss the two items and what are the maximum daily amounts a person in my condition should be consuming daily.
I will pass this information on to you. She said to me when I made the appointment, "Oh I have some wonderful recipes for you!" To which I replied, "I don't want any recipes, please. I eat plain food cooked either on my George Forman grill (protein) or in my microwave (vegetables)."
And if I can't prepare it in 10 minutes, I don't eat it.
So we'll see what she comes up with tomorrow and I'll let you know. But the one thing this regimen has taught me, and I sincerely share it with you:
WE ARE WHAT WE EAT