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Kidney Health: Snack Ideas for Patients on Hemodialysis (326)

Kidney Health: Snack Ideas for Patients on Hemodialysis (326) - Clinical Hub, Patient Education, Health and Nutrition Facts For You, Nutrition

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Snack Ideas for Patients on Hemodialysis

General Guidelines:
ξ Limit sodium to less than 200 mg at snack time. Always check food labels for sodium and serving size.
ξ Try to include a good source of protein.
ξ On any packaged items, avoid phosphorus additives. Check the ingredients list for “phos.”

Fruits
small apple ½ cup pineapple (fresh or canned)
½ cup apple sauce small tangerine
½ cup berries ½ cup canned fruit
½ cup grapes


Vegetables
½ cup broccoli ½ cup carrot sticks
½ cup cucumber slices ½ cup cauliflower
2 large celery sticks ½ cup sweet pepper slices
4-6 small radishes small lettuce salad
* When choosing dips or dressings, aim for low-sodium choices (less than 100 mg sodium per serving) and
limit serving size to 2 Tablespoons or less.


Crackers/Chips/Breads
bagel or toast rice cakes
graham crackers unsalted popcorn (try adding pepper or Mrs. Dash®)
Teddy Grahams® unsalted crackers
pita chips unsalted tortilla chips
unsalted pretzels
* Avoid potatoes, bran, and chocolate-coated products.


Desserts
½ cup sherbet (count as fluid) Nilla® waffers
low-fat Cool Whip® (add to fruit or Jell-O®) 4 Fig Newtons®
½ cup Jell-O® (count as fluid) small slice of angel food cake
* Avoid excessive intake of sweets if weight loss is desired. Pick lower sugar options if diabetic.


Dairy
½ cup Greek yogurt ½ cup pudding (avoid chocolate flavors)
½ cup reduced- sodium cottage cheese ½-1 ounce low-sodium cheese stick
*Avoid dairy when able or limit to 4-6 ounces per day. When you choose it remember to take phosphorus
binders.





Teach Back:

What is the most important thing you learned from this handout?


What changes will you make in your diet/lifestyle, based on what you learned today?





If you are a UW Health patient and have more questions please contact UW Health at one of the phone numbers
listed below. You can also visit our website at www.uwhealth.org/nutrition.

Nutrition clinics for UW Hospital and Clinics (UWHC) and American Family Children’s Hospital (AFCH) can
be reached at: (608) 890-5500

Nutrition clinics for UW Medical Foundation (UWMF) can be reached at: (608) 287-2770























Your health care team may have given you this information as part of your care. If so, please use it and call if you have any questions. If
this information was not given to you as part of your care, please check with your doctor. This is not medical advice. This is not to be
used for diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Because each person’s health needs are different, you should talk with your
doctor or others on your health care team when using this information. If you have an emergency, please call 911. Copyright 1/2017
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics Authority. All rights reserved. Produced by the Clinical Nutrition Services Department and
the Department of Nursing. HF#326

Protein
hard-boiled or fried egg tuna, egg, chicken salad (sandwich, on crackers, or
with veggies)
2 Tbsp. peanut butter (try on celery or apples, take
phosphorus binder, limit to one serving per day)
protein bar (aim for flavors with less than 150 mg
phosphorus and less than 200 mg potassium)