What foods do dialysis patients need to avoid?
Avoid “whole grain” and “high fiber” foods (like whole wheat bread, bran cereal and brown rice) to help you limit your intake of phosphorus. By limiting dairy–based foods you protect your bones and blood vessels.
Do you need a special diet when on dialysis?
Most patients on dialysis need to limit the amount of sodium, potassium, and phosphorus in in their diet. Be sure to talk with your healthcare provider about your specific nutrition needs. Your needs may vary depending on the type of dialysis treatment you receive.
How many eggs can a dialysis patient eat?
TLC include limiting dietary cholesterol to <200 mg per day  which equates to 2–6 whole eggs per week; however, little benefit has been demonstrated in implementing these established lipid lowering recommendations superimposed on the standard renal diet .