To place your order, complete our resource order and sign-up form
Launching the first Kidney Kitchen recipe book and resource pack
Kidney Care UK and the Renal Nutrition Group (RNG) of the British Dietetic Association (BDA) have been working in partnership over the past three years to develop the Kidney Kitchen.
During this time, the RNG have been providing renal dietetic guidance to the whole Kidney Kitchen team – its chefs, renal dietitians, and recipe developers – to enable them to create over 100 exciting and tasty meals, and recipes which better suit the needs of people living with chronic kidney disease (CKD). With step-by-step instructions, nutritional information and world flavours, the Kidney Kitchen all about what you can eat, not what you can’t. It’s for beginners, foodies and anyone looking to eat well – and feel well.
We are now very excited to be able to share the first jointly produced Kidney Kitchen recipe book and dietitian resource pack. We really hope you will find these resources will fit in with your own renal dietetic resources used locally and be a valuable source of inspiration for kidney patients.
Together, we want to support as many kidney patients as possible Kidney Care UK is offering over 10,000 recipe books and supporting recourses to RNG affiliated dietitians. These are free of charge and will be available for you to order on a first come, first served basis to give to your patients. Further copies will be available to order in the future.
How to order your dietitian resource pack
To place your order, complete our resource order and sign up form
Each resource pack includes:
- Recipe books
- Kidney Kitchen posters
- Dietitian calling cards
Kidney Kitchen recipe books may be ordered in quantities of 15, 30, 45 or 60 at a time.
You can choose your preferred delivery address, but we can't post anything outside of the UK.
Dietitian calling cards include space to add your contact details, as well as a personal message to let patients know which recipes best fit the guidance you have discussed with them.
We love to hear your feedback, so please get in touch, and let us know what you think of the new recipe book and resources at [email protected]
We often hear patients ask, “why are all the yummy foods restricted?” Well yummy was definitely the word on menu for our haemodialysis patients and renal unit staff on our very own Kidney Kitchen tasting day. The work of the Kidney Kitchen has definitely become a big hit in our unit. Well done Kidney Kitchen, we look forward to tasting all your new recipes!Oonagh Gooding RNG Renal dietitian