Specialty Foods for CKD, DASH, ADA Diets and More!
Welcome to Foods4YourHealth.com - an online specialty foods store developed for those who are on restricted diets. Those who suffer from early stage chronic kidney disease / CKD, must watch their intake of sodium, potassium, sugars, and other key nutrients. These specialty foods are hand-picked by a registered dietitian to make it easier to find safe and delicious foods. In addition to CKD, these foods also fit within the guidelines for the American Heart Association's DASH Diet, as well as the American Diabetes Association.
Looking for Kidney Friendly Recipes?
Our companion website / blog, www.2yourhealth.com, has an extensive collection of recipes that have been developed and tested by a registered dietitian. Many of these recipes use specialty foods and ingredients you can find right here at Foods4YourHealth.com, but also make use of fresh foods you can easily pick up in your own grocery store. These recipes also display the nutritional analysis of the prepared recipe per serving. Check them out today!
New and Featured Specialty Foods
$17.00Most of the rubs we see on the market today limit themselves to the bbq grill. With Mickey & T's Rubs, you can bbq, broil, bake, saute, fry, use as a marinade, in stews and sauces, in the smoker or simply sprinkle on food as you would any spice prior to cooking. Learn More
$44.99Give the gift of healthy eating! Just in time for the holidays, Foods4YourHealth introduces the “Savory & Salt Free” gift basket. This basket features delicious products from Mr. Spice, trusted for their salt and fat free sauces and marinades, and Mickey & T’s all natural salt-free spices and rubs. We have specifically chosen the flavors of these sauces and spices to satisfy anyone who is following a low-sodium, heart healthy diet, but appreciates bold and delicious flavors.
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Francesco Rinaldi No Salt Added red sauce is a heart healthy product designed to offer full flavor without added sodium and salt that make many red sauces unwise for consumption for people trying to manage salt and sodium intake. Learn More