Low Sodium Casseroles

Low Sodium Casseroles can be made with or without meat. They are all part of a low sodium, liver loving diet that helps with Hepatitis C and Cirrhosis.

6 thoughts on “Low Sodium Casseroles

  1. i am interested in your low sodium casseroles and anything low sodium. my husband is in the 4th stage of kidney failure and we are trying to adapt and hold his numbers to avoid dialysis.

    thanks for your posts…you are very “real”

    1. Hey there! I don’t know if you have seen it but on Karen’s main page she has a list of liver loving recipes. You could start there. It is a drop down box with lots of ideas. Thank you for the compliment. I know Karen will love this. She strives to be real, down home, as if you were friends at a kitchen table just having a conversation. She is my idol. She is so positive, uplifting, helpful, I could go on and on. If you don’t see anything that helps you, check back in and I will find something. Dee

  2. where are the recipes? I am at a loss. my husband has stage 4 and I just don’t know how to even begin to approch helping him. ๐Ÿ™

    1. I hope you were able to find them. I’m about to add a lot more. Look on the drop down menu across the top of the screen. It was really scary when I first found out too. You can do this. If he is a picky eater, he may be a little frustrated at first. Slowly make the changes and his taste buds will adjust.
      He will be able to live for many years. My heart is with you!
      xo Karen

    2. Hello there! It is on the front of the home page but I have linked it here so you can easily find, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. First, if he has stage 4, he should cut out red meat as that can cause ammonia to increase which can cause confusion. Then you would encourage him to drink more water. Of course eliminate any alcohol. Try more whole foods, veggies, fruits vs processed like lunch meat. Limiting salt is good as well if he is retaining any fluid. I’m trying to think of everything but I may have left something out. Please let me know if I can help, I will check back or Karen will. Take Care, Dee


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