THE "YES" SECTION.

STREAMLINED : My Dietary Needs

I can scan down through the Low Phosphorus list on what is allowed, pop on Yummly and look for my recipes  then import them into Plan to Eat. I then figure out my meal plan for the week and have my grocery list ready to go! A huge headache and almost continual freak out mostly averted. I miss my chocolate and asparagus though.

Low Phosphorus Foods

Lists foods that are okay or not okay to eat for those w/serious renal issues app

Honestly, finding a consise list online was very difficult because there are so many different dietary restriction opinions. The extreme diet change has been causing me so much stress! I have complied my own list of oils, ways of cooking and such that are’t included on the list but still, it is such a relief to have the list with other options so readily available, easy to read and offers exchange suggestions! The link below is for IOS, but they do have a Android version.

COST : FREE

Yummly

Food recipe finder and organizer app

Being that my food restrictions are so insane the fact that I can find a recipe with ingredient specific meals and ingredient limits is AMAZING! Yes, everyone loves Pinterest but it’s all really just a mess while Yummly is so well organized and recipient from all over the web as well as importable though that part needs help.

COST : FREE

Plan to Eat

Recipe book, meal plan and grocery list app

They don’t have much of anything in the recipies that they offer, so I have been importing directly from Yummly which is REALLY EASY to do. It only cost me a few minutes and the app nice like organizes everything for me. So far, the meal plan is really simple as is the grocery list. Wish they had a ‘pantry option’ which would make it even that much better knowing what I already have on hand. The fact that it costs $40 a year is ouch but a MUST since its recipe importing is so well done, can’t stress that enough.

COST : PAID

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