As far as I can tell, the majority of Amy’s frozen entrees have no phosphorous. (I haven’t looked at the ingredients on all of them.) Most are also gluten free. My current favorite is mushroom risotto.
Here’s a list of good choices from Lean Cuisine and Healthy Choice.
Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s are known to have good frozen entrees and I would imagine they would have a good variety of items that exclude phosphorus. But you’d have to go look, I have never shopped for them.
Here is a list of foods high in phosphorus, and healthy alternatives. Note that many of the healthy alternatives are less healthy for other reasons. White bread > whole grains? Pretzels > nuts & seeds? Jelly beans > chocolate?
Before my kidneys finally bit the big one, I tried to get healthy - my typical breakfast would be nutty, wheaty toast, yogurt, a banana, and a handful of almonds. Basically, everything a person with compromised kidneys should NOT have. It makes no sense.
Phosphate binders are available, but they come with their own issues. They are made from calcium acetate. Too much can cause kidney stones.
usedtobe: Amy’s is pretty good, as are Daiya pizzas. If you have a Whole Foods near you, check out their frozen aisle. You still need to be eagle eyed - even “healthy” frozen meals hide phosphates. Stay away from frozen / packaged meats. And Take Your Binders.
I would suggest checking out recipes on DaVita. Even if you’re not much of a cook, they have lots of super easy recipes, with the phosphates and potassium levels noted.
It’s pretty easy to cook your own meals, with exactly the things you like (or that your doctor will allow) and freeze them for reheating in the microwave. You can do an orgy of cooking once or twice a week, and freeze enough meals for the rest of the week.
But if you’ve gone 40+ years on the awful stuff that comes in pre-frozen mass-market meals, you aren’t likely to do this. Or even have enough taste buds left to notice the difference.