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By DaVita® dietitian Kara Hansen, RD
June 21 marks the summer solstice which is the first day of summer and the longest day of the year. Take advantage of the extra time by making plans to celebrate, big or small. Gather your friends and family outdoors, fire up the grill and savor the following kidney-friendly recipes that are perfect for long summer days.
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Thank you for responding to my comment. You say your amounts and frequency are important. Personally I love tomatoes and a little bit of cheese. In the summer book I noticed tomatoes and cheese being used I would love to have a bagel with cheese and tomato every morning if I could yes I believe that would be too frequent. Maybe it would be a good idea to state this near the recipe That way patients understand how often and how frequent is important. Dietitian comment: Great suggestion. Thanks you!
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