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!
Diet on Dialysis is a very personalised thing. Every individual has different diet needs depending on their investigation reports and dialysis session frequency etc. While the tips on this website are generally applicable to all, there are several aspects of the dialysis diet that work best when customised.
To avail a personalised Diet consultation with our Chief Dietitian click here
Serving size: 1/3c
4 cups Milk (toned)
3 tsp curd
1 c granulated sugar
½ tsp cardamom powder
1. Boil milk in a heavy bottom pan. Reserve 1/3 c sugar for caramelizing, pour the rest of the sugar and cardamom powder into the milk and boil till it reduces to 3/4th measure.
2. Remove from fire and leave it to cool.
3. To caramelize, heat 1/3 cup sugar in a heavy bottom pan on low heat, until sugar is caramelized to golden brown. Turn off the heat and add 25 ml of water to the caramelized sugar.
4. Add this caramelized sugar to the milk and stir until it blends well.
5. Then add curd to the above when milk is just warm but not cool and mix well.
6. Pour in serving dishes or terracotta pots to set.
7. Put the firm yogurt in the refrigerator for few hours before serving.
Calcium: 244 mg
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.
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