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Ideas for introducing healthy exchange foods into meals

The dietary restrictions of sticking to a low protein diet can be demanding. However even though you are on a low protein diet, just like everyone else, it is still important to eat a healthy, balanced diet.

If you have a certain amount of exchanges to add into your diet every day, it can be difficult to find ideas for healthy protein exchanges. To help you along the way, Nutricia Metabolics has developed a healthy eating recipe book for those on a low protein diet. This book contains recipe ideas for exchange free meals but also gives healthy suggestions on how to add different amounts of exchanges into various meals each day. Please click here for healthy protein containing and exchange free options.

NOTE: The information provided on this page is intended for people with an Inherited Metabolic Condition and who are on a low protein diet. This information is for guidance purposes only and is in no way intended to replace the care, advice and medical supervision of your healthcare professional. If you have any questions about the information provided here, please speak to your doctor or dietitian.  

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