Meat additives seen as dangerous for people with kidney disease

07/27/2009 | HealthDay News

Additives that are injected into uncooked meat and poultry can be dangerous to kidney disease patients who need to limit the amount of dietary phosphate and potassium they consume, notes the American Society of Nephrology. Many injections of water, sodium, potassium salts, antioxidants and flavorings are not required to be listed on labels.

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