Foods are marked as low potassium if they contain less than 400mg total potassium for an entrée and 200mg per serving for a side dish or other recipe. All other recipes are considered high potassium.
Foods are marked as OK for diabetics if they contain less than 15g of carbohydrate for side dishes and 45g for entrees
Vegetarian meals contain dairy and eggs
Most of my recipes are low in sodium. If they are not low in sodium, I have tried to add a suggestion for a low sodium substitution.
Most of my recipes also contain no artificial phosphorus, assuming ingredients used do not have phosphorus additives. When limiting phosphorus intake, foods with artificial phosphorus should be the first foods that are eliminated.
These dietary suggestions and recommendations should NOT be taken as medical advice or as guidance for your current eating habits. All changes in your diet or dietary choices should be discussed at length with your medical team including your physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, and dietitian. You are fully responsible for any actions you take and any consequences that occur as a result of anything you read on this website.