Nutrition is a key ingredient in how to control you kidney disease and try to live well. Here is a great resource
When you swap out white potatoes for sweet potatoes, you add a lot of nutritional value, and if you roast them instead of frying, they’re even healthier. Sweet potatoes are full of beta carotene, B vitamins, potassium, fiber and phosphorous. For these recipes I use white, garnet and purple varieties.
Quinoa (keen-wha) Nutrition: naturally gluten free, complete protein, highly digestible seed; magnesium-iron-tryptophan source; useful: migraines, cardiovascular, diabetes; staple food - use as breakfast cereal, salad base, casserole, in place of rice or coucous, in desserts, almost anyway you like; soak 15-30 mins, rinse, cook: 1 part quinoa to 1.5 part liquid