recipes for ckd cat

SAYAGH jUDITHSAYAGH jUDITH Member Posts: 1
edited 15 February, 2016 in Home Prepared Food & Recipes
Hello, I am french so my English is approximative... I am looking for some recipes for ckd cat Thank you in advance for your help Judith

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  • edited 5 June, 2013
    Here is a very basic recipe for cats with kidney disease. It makes a lot so you can freeze the unused portion, thaw and heat up for later. 1 cup organic brown rice 1 cup white corn grits 1 cup corn grits polenta 1 cup soy lecithin granules 1 cup pork fat Cook in water for 1 hour, mix well and let cool before serving.
  • Ella VincentElla Vincent Member Posts: 4
    edited 28 December, 2013
    As cats don't drink water so giving canned food is best for cats with this kidney disease as canned food have moisture that will help to ensure your cat gets a sufficient water in the diet.
  • Catherine GibsonCatherine Gibson Member Posts: 5
    edited 11 February, 2016
    Diets for Management of Chronic Renal Disease in Cats Chicken and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 55 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 1/4 cup cooked chicken breast (72 grams) 1/2 ounce clams, canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/2 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (80 grams) 1 tablespoons chicken fat (14grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 calcium carbonate tablets (400 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 297 kcalories, 16.3 g protein, 14.5 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 48%, potassium 215%, sodium 169% of a cat's daily needs To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 calcium carbonate tablet Chicken and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 46.4 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 1/4 cup cooked chicken breast (72 grams) 1/2 ounce clams, canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (160 grams) 1 tablespoons chicken fat (14 grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 calcium carbonate tablets (400 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 399 kcalories, 18.5 g protein, 14.7 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 43%, potassium 164%, sodium 124% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 calcium carbonate tablet. Egg White and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 53 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 3 whites from whole chicken eggs, cooked 2 ounce clams, canned, chopped in juice (57 grams) 1 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (160 grams) 1 tablespoons chicken fat (14 grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 ½ calcium carbonate tablet (600 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 312 kcalories, 19.7 g protein, 13.8 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 41%, potassium 341%, sodium 603% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets Egg White and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 46.6 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 2 whites from whole chicken eggs, cooked 2 ounce clams, canned, chopped in juice (57 grams) 1 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (160grams) 1 tablespoons chicken fat (14 grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablet (600 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 399 kcalories, 18.6 g protein, 13.9 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 41%, potassium 341%, sodium 603% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets Eggs Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 54.2 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 2 cooked whole eggs, chicken 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1 tablespoon chicken fat (14 grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 calcium carbonate tablet (400 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 308 kcalories, 16.7 g protein, 25 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 89%, potassium 274%, sodium 673% of a cat's daily needs. Bone meal need not be used in this diet to increase phosphorus content. Eggs and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 45.7 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 2 cooked whole eggs, chicken 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/2 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (80 grams) 1 tablespoon chicken fat (14 grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 calcium carbonate tablet (400 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 411 kcalories, 18.8 g protein, 25.2 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 69%, potassium 189%, sodium 440% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 1 grams bone meal powder added to 1/2 calcium carbonate tablet Chicken and Potato Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 57.4 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 1/2 cup cooked chicken breast (142 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/2 cup potatoes boiled in skin (62 grams) 2 tablespoons chicken fat (28 grams) 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets (600 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 453 kcalories, 26 g protein, 30.6 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 52%, potassium 198%, sodium 201% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets Chicken and Potato Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 46.2 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 1/3 cup cooked chicken breast (95 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/2 cup potatoes boiled in skin (62 grams) 2 tablespoons chicken fat (28 grams) 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets (600 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 418 kcalories, 19.3 g protein, 29.9 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 47%, potassium 198%, sodium 172% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets Beef and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 56.8 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 4 ounces (raw weight) lean ground beef, cooked (114 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/2 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (80 grams) 1 tablespoon chicken fat (14 grams) 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets (600 mg) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 443 kcalories, 25.2 g protein, 26.6 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 52%, potassium 123%, sodium 206% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets Beef and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 44.3 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 4 ounces (raw weight) lean ground beef, cooked (114 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14grams) 1/2 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (80 grams) 2 tablespoon chicken fat (28 grams) 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets (600 mg) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 569 kcalories, 25.2 g protein, 40.5 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 45%, potassium 105%, sodium 175% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute bone 2 grams meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets. Add 1/8 teaspoon potassium chloride to increase potassium content. Beef Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 55.3 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 4 ounces (raw weight) lean ground beef, cooked (114 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 5 teaspoons chicken fat (24 grams) 1 calcium carbonate tablets (400 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 430 kcalories, 23.8 g protein, 35.8 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 50%, potassium 126%, sodium 234% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 calcium carbonate tablets. Add 1/8 teaspoon potassium chloride to increase potassium content. Beef and Potato Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, Normal Sodium Diet Providing 46.7 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 4 ounces (raw weight) lean ground beef, cooked (114 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/2 cup potatoes boiled in skin (62 grams) 2 tablespoons chicken fat (28 grams) 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets (400 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 540 kcalories, 25.2 g protein, 40.5 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 46%, potassium 194%, sodium 185% of a cat's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets. Tuna and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, High Sodium Diet Providing 53.4 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 3 ounces tuna, canned in water (86 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/2 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (80 grams) 2 tablespoons chicken fat (28 grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets (600 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 468 kcalories, 25 g protein, 30 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 50%, potassium 190% of a cat's daily needs, sodium depends on using low salt tuna. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 1/2 calcium carbonate tablets Tuna and Rice Low Protein, Low phosphorus, Normal Potassium, High Sodium Diet Providing 44.8 Grams Protein/1000 Kcalorie Diet 2 ounces tuna, canned in water (57 grams) 1/2 ounce clams canned, chopped in juice (14 grams) 1/3 cups cooked rice, white polished, long-grain (53 grams) 2 tablespoons chicken fat (28 grams) 1/8 teaspoon salt substitute-potassium chloride 1 calcium carbonate tablets (400 mg calcium) 1/4 multiple vitamin-mineral tablet 1/10 tablet B complex vitamin-trace mineral provides 406 kcalories, 18.2 g protein, 29.6 g fat See table for caloric needs of cats provides phosphorus 46%, potassium 209% of a cat's daily needs, sodium depends on using low salt tuna. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus substitute 2 grams bone meal powder for the 1 calcium carbonate tablet. Patient Evaluation During Dietary Management The evaluation of all patients is done by periodic blood chemistry measurements and any other appropriate testing. It is expected that abnormal blood values will improve or return to normal. After recovery it becomes important to modify dietary restrictions to provide an animal's nutritional needs. Without this monitoring it is possible that nutrient deficiency could develop. The owner-prepared diets offer more than one choice of special diet for disease conditions than are available from commercial pet food companies. An animal's specific needs can be met with owner-prepared diets. That might be possible if a commercial diet just happens to provide what is needed for recovery. With improvement some of the fat soluble vitamins can be given. It is not necessary to give them more than weekly or several times a month. The liver stores these vitamins and it takes months or years to deplete the the stores of vitamins A and D, ones that have the greatest potential for being toxic. References 1. Brown, Scott A. 1994. Canine Renal Disease. In The Waltham Book of Clinical Nutrition of the Dog and Cat. Edited by J. M. Wills and K. W. Simpson, 313-334. Oxford: Pergamon Press. 2. Moraillon, Robert and Roger Wolter. 1994. Feline Renal Disease. In The Waltham Book of Clinical Nutrition of the Dog and Cat. Edited by J. M. Wills and K. W. Simpson,277-291. Oxford: Pergamon Press. 3. Grauer, Gregory F. and India F. Lane. 1994. Acute Renal Failure: Strategies for its Prevention. In Nephrology and Urology. Waltham Symposium Number 16. Edited by C. Tony Buffington and James H. Sokolowski, 23-30. Vernon: Kal Kan Foods. 4. Kopple, Joel D. 1991. Role of Diet in the Progression of Chronic Renal Failure: Experience With Human Studies and Proposed Mechanisms by Which Nutrients May Retard Progression. 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  • Paula K-Paula K- New YorkMember Posts: 2,244
    edited 15 February, 2016
    Whitey, I'm afraid these recipes don't sound very good for ANY cat, not just CKD cats. The rice and potatoes are unnecessary carbs (leads to obesity and diabetes) and new studies are showing that cats with kidney disease should not be on low protein diets: http://www.veterinarypracticenews.com/Why-Feline-Kidney-Insufficiency-is-still-Tricky-to-Treat/ How is Whitey doing?
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