How Much Phosphorus Should I Eat? If you have kidney disease, you certainly know it’s a difficult diet to manage. That is one of the reasons we offer a meal planning solution – so you can control your kidney diet much easier and without the struggle – which reduces your stress and makes you healthier. […]
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Should I Eat Whole Wheat Bread On A Kidney Diet? You may have heard not to eat whole wheat bread on a kidney diet, especially on dialysis or as you get closer to stage 5 kidney disease. Many parts of the kidney diet are confusing. You might have heard how much better it is to […]
By now, you probably realize that sodium restriction is an important part of a renal diet. Eating a lower sodium diet, and watching where your sodium comes from helps slow the progression of your kidney disease. Which is what you would like to do, right? You probably already know that the amount of sodium you […]
Progression To The Next Stage Of Kidney Disease One of the most common, if not the most common question, that I see over the Internet is people asking about how quickly their chronic kidney disease will develop into dialysis? You may wonder how long does kidney disease take to progress, or does CKD always progress […]
Your Non Dialysis Kidney Disease Is Important To Think About Now that the holidays are almost upon us, it’s important as a person with kidney disease to think about how you can enjoy the holidays – from the meals to the parties to the shopping – and not end up hurting your non dialysis kidney […]
Canned vs. Fresh Cranberries In A Renal Diet A renal diet is usually restricted from several different nutrients, specifically protein, sodium and potassium. It depends which stage of kidney disease you have, but when you are thinking of how to manage a renal diet, cranberries can be considered a low potassium food. Just as you […]
Have you ever tried really hard to learn something, then thought you might fail, then tried some more, and finally you realize you have been doing it for a while without even thinking? Let me give you an example. Remember when you learned to walk? Well, probably not, but think about when your children learned […]
Overall, it’s important to realize that as you develop into further stages of kidney disease, you have a higher risk of developing anemia. Anemia is a problem
Watch the video for 3 great tips on how to control your diabetes and kidney disease at the same time.
Learn about how a kidney diet can really help you manage your predialysis renal disease!
Learn more about how to live and take care of a family member or a friend with renal disease. We would love to help you with one of the meal plans we have: Click here for renal diet plans
A little video we did about how to choose what level of predialysis diet you need! It’s important to understand the different stages!