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Why Do Our Kidneys Love Plants?

Every nutrition brochure you’ve probably seen suggests adding more fruits and vegetables to your plate, and there’s a reason for that. Fruits and vegetables add an abundance of micronutrients and fibre. They also support cardiovascular and gut health and make meals more visually appealing. But did you know that plant-based foods can have an added positive impact on our kidney health?

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What’s in Season?

Enjoying in-season produce has many benefits such as maximum flavor, provides important nutrients to support our health, and reduces our environmental footprint. There are many low-potassium fruit and vegetables to enjoy in the late summer months.

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Submitted by: Emily Campbell, RD CDE MScFN The tent is pitched, the fire is burning, and the stars are visible […]

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