Red bell peppers are just one of 15 foods that are considered a super food for kidney health. They are low in potassium which is a concern for kidney health and they are packed with vitamins A, C, B6 as well as folic acid and fibre. Add them to your kidney diet today!
One of 15 Foods Excellent for Kidney Health: Red Bell Peppers
Page giving information, tips and recipe ideas for adding red bell peppers to a healthy diet for kidneys.
Red Bell Pepper
How I Use Red Bell Peppers
- cut up raw with other veggies and with dip
- chopped small and cooked in an omelet
- added to a plate of nachos for a snack
- added to a tray of loaded fries for VEGGIE
- made with other colours of bell peppers and mushrooms in a stir fry
- mixed with green peppers and added to ground chicken, pork or turkey for wraps
I also search other recipes to try which are put in my red pepper stack on Delicious which is posted in the links below.
Health Benefits of Red Peppers
- packed full of vitamin C
- great source of B6 and magnesium
- full of vitamin A which helps with night vision
- packed with antioxidants
- studies show they increase metabolic rate and help burn more calories
Red Bell Peppers
Three Pepper Salad
Three colours of bell peppers made into a light and easy salad.
Prep time 5 min - Total time 10 min
Ingredients for 6 servings
1 red bell pepper cut into strips • 1 green bell pepper cut into strips • 1 yellow bell pepper cut into strips shopping list • 1 small red onion cut into wedges • 1/4 cup chopped fresh flat leaf parsley • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper • 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
Delicious Recipe Link
Delicious: Red Peppers Stack
List of red bell pepper recipes gathered into a stack on Delicious. NOT all recipes are healthy or kidney friendly but once you learn what IS you can tweak recipes to suit you by having MORE of the acceptable ingredients and LESS of the not so good! ;)
Red Bell Pepper
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