PKD Recipes

Recipes for Polycystic Organ Health, Polycystic Kidney, Polycystic Liver health

PKD Recipes


Weeks bridgePlant Based Alkaline Diet
Neutral Protein 0.6 grams/kg
1200 mg sodium Himalayan Salt
Water

There is hope that a diet geared toward cystic kidney and cystic liver health could be the bridge to keep polycystic organs healthy. Here are a few suggestions, a few recipes. Feel free to comment. Let us know if you have any alkaline recipes.

Cooking all foods yourself without the use of canned, bottled or prepared substances, is greatly instrumental in eating healthier. Couple this with seeking out locally grown seasonal non-GMO (non genetically engineered) produce that is picked at peak ripeness, all helps maintain cystic organ health. With some dietary and lifestyle changes many have experienced diminished symptoms, including pain and bloating. Starting the day with warm water and freshly squeezed lemon juice assists this. Anything to help maintain the integrity of your DNA is instrumental in opening the door to health.

Most fruits and vegetables are alkaline. There are some exceptions.  In addition to animal proteins causing a shift toward an acidic urinary pH, the second culprit is sugar. So far the only usable sweetener seems to be tupelo honey, dates, bananas and cinnamon. Foods prepared with any other concentrated sugar causes urinary pH to swing toward acidic, a secondary rise in cholesterol, and oftentimes will trigger the onset of a migraine headache.

These pages contain PKD and PLD alkaline diet recipes for Polycystic Kidney health, Polycystic Liver health, Polycystic organ health, as well as recipes for all who wish to be healthy.

To search for a recipe use the box on the upper left hand corner. To search a tag within a recipe, click directly on the recipe, the tags will appear at the bottom of the recipe i.e. raw vegan recipes. Clicking on the tag will bring up all the raw vegan recipes. Choose one of the top sliding doors for Appetizers, Breads, Desserts, Drinks, Entreés, Salads, or  Soups.

When possible omit salt or use less than ⅛ teaspoon per day of Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt. Drink sufficient water to shut down vasopressin (a cyst growth trigger) or approximately 3 liters per day. Keep protein intake to neutral or approximately 0.6 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. A chart is available here.

PKD Diet the Kidney by Danevas

PLD Diet the Liver by Danevas

On the Road by Traveler, excellent alkaline producing music.

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