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jolinda (@jolinda)

Your best tips for raw food safety post transplant.

Transplants | Last Active: Dec 8, 2021 | Replies (92)

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My daughter is preparing for a preemptive kidney transplant in early November. She is in her mid twenties and will recover with us in her childhood home. My husband and I are trying to make plans for her diet post transplant. She has general advice from her dietician, but we would like to find an appropriate cookbook. There are many available that are intended for those with kidney disease. I wonder if there is one that is more helpful for her. Can anyone recommend a cookbook specifically for folks with a kidney transplant? Thank you

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I had my kidney transplant 18 months ago. I was told that I can eat anything now, other than the few things that don’t work with the immunosuppressants, pomegranates, grapefruit, Seville oranges. I’ve read on here that someone added star fruit. It felt so foreign to not have to be so careful. Of course they strongly recommend a healthy diet. Your daughter and caregiver will meet with a dietitian and will attend a class on healthy eating.

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