The Kidney Disease Diet Can Be Complicated

Chronic kidney disease is the progressive loss of renal function over a period of time causing increase in blood serum creatinine levels.

High creatinine levels are due to decreased capability of kidneys to excrete metabolic waste products because of reduced glomerular filtration rate[GFR].

The Kidney Disease Diet is designed for people with early stage [stages 1-4] of chronic kidney disease.

With regular follow ups and proper diet, the chronic kidney disease can be controlled and the need for the dialysis can be delayed.

The person or patient can have variety of foods, and a Registered Dietitian helps to develop an eating plan which can suit the patient's needs.

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