More Bio-Fuel --- Less Bio-Waste: Dietary Creatine Reduction Self-Help Guide for People with Kidney Impairment

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iUniverse, Nov 20, 2001 - Medical - 108 pages
More than 250,000 persons in the USA alone (and millions worldwide) have some form of end stage renal disease (ESRD). For the hundreds of thousands who must undergo dialysis to stay alive, excessive serum creatinine the metabolic waste product of creatine, a natural component of meat, contributes to the vicious cycle of nausea, vomiting, anorexia and diminished quality of life experienced by both kidney patients, and those approaching renal failure.

Through extensive research, Wendy Lou Jones (Royal Knight, Inc.) has created a unique self-help guide to assist both the kidney patient, and those approaching end stage renal failure, in break this negative cycle.

The consumer friendly techniques for creatine removal, presented in 14-point font, are well detailed and easy to follow. Special attention was given to taste and quality of the final product.

By applying the techniques outlined in this text, patients with renal insufficiency/impairment should, by working closely with members of their healthcare team, be able to regain the dietary flexibility they had lost.

 

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Contents

FRESH GROUND MEATS
25
FRESH ORGAN MEATS
45
FRESH CHICKEN
57
PROCESSED MEATS
65
CHEESE
73
MY PERSONAL DIETARY INSTRUCTIONS
79
MY DIETITIANS RECOMMENDATIONS
80
ADDITIONAL NOTES
81
CONCLUSIONS
83
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
85
REFERENCES
87
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About the author (2001)

Wendy Jones is CEO of Royal Knight, Inc., promoting research into kidney cell regeneration. She has written and supervised clinical studies, worked in Canada in oncology, at Mayo Clinic in arthritis research, and in Austria’s largest pharmaceutical. Her company provides assistance to other firms seeking clinical study management expertise.

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