At NephroPlus, guest care always comes first. For us, it is more about the number of smiles we have put on our guests’ faces than about the number of dialysis sessions we have done or the number of injections sold. By focusing on quality, we have changed the way people think of dialysis in the country. What bigger testament to this than the fact that our guests love us!
Serving: 5 cup
Portion size: ½ cups
Potatoes, Leached, medium 3 in no
Tomato, Leached large 2 in no
Onion, large 1 in no
Cauliflower, leached 1 cup
Green Peas, Fresh 1 cup
Capsicum, medium 1 in no
Ginger garlic paste 2 tsp
Pav bhaji Masala 2 tbsp.
Haldi 1 tsp
Red chili powder 1 tsp
Butter, unsalted 2 tbsp.
Water 1-2 cups
Salt as prescribed by Dietician
Nutritive value as per one serving
Calories – 62 KCal
Proteins – 1.05 gram
Sodium – 43.3 mg
Potassium – 156.75 mg
Potassium ( Post Leaching) – Between 80 – 100 mg
Phosphorus – 35.1 mg
*Nutrient content of salt is not considered while calculating recipe.
*The values mentioned for potassium are without leaching. If proper technique is followed, potassium can be reduced up to 50%.
One Pav/ Two Bread slice will contribute approximately 275 mg of sodium. The daily allowance for sodium per day is 2500 mg.
1 tsp butter will provide approximately 40 Kcals and 0 sodium.
¼ th lemon will provide 20 mg of potassium.
1 tbsp. of chopped onion will provide 15 mg of potassium.
To Register for Indian Dialysis Olympiad – 2019, 22nd December, Balewadi stadium, Pune click here – https://forms.gle/f5mPVs9oMMD2pebv6
Dialysis Olympiad is our exclusive event for dialysis patients…
At NephroPlus, we firmly believe that every person on dialysis can – and should lead a normal life. By a normal life, we mean to be able to work, to exercise, travel and have fun. To prove to the world that this really is true, we organise the the World’s only Dialysis Olympiad – an Olympics style event exclusively for those on dialysis.
Our training academy
As NephroPlus expands across different cities and states, there is one challenge that continues to bother us – the severe shortage of trained and certified dialysis technicians and nurses. We believe that these people, who actually interact and treat our guests are the most important in the entire team. These are the people who actually provide the care. These are the people in whose hands, the lives of our guests lie.
It is imperative, therefore that we make sure that these people are the best.