Read these kidney-friendly tips to make informed choices when dining out.
When trying to figure out if a product is high or low in salt, reading the nutrition label can help. Read this blog post to learn more.
Managing multiple diets can be overwhelming. Here are 5 tips to help you with you dietary requirements.
Getting enough protein on a vegan diet might be challenging to some. This blog post shares tips on how to include vegan-friendly proteins in your diet.
As the weather gets cooler and cold and flu season is upon us, soup becomes the ultimate comfort food. Read this blog post to learn more about the difference between prepared and homemade soups.
Read this blog post to learn more about how to support conservative kidney management through nutrition.
If you’re considering a vegetarian diet or adding more plant based ingredients in your meals, read this blog post to learn our tips for eating vegetarian with CKD.
Food safety is especially important when you’re immunocompromised. One of the most common food related diseases is E. coli. Learn more about how to prevent it in this blog.
Did you know that you can enjoy some cheese in moderation with CKD? Learn more in this blog post.
There are many great reasons to make your own salad dressing! Read this blog post to learn more and get 4 homemade salad dressing recipes.
Managing your fluid intake, especially in the hotter months might be challenging. Follow these tips to help control your fluid intake and thirst.
Many people with kidney disease may experience a decrease in appetite and weight loss. Read this blog post for tips on how to increase your calories on a CKD diet.
Without adequate nutrition, children’s growth and development might be compromised. For children with chronic Kidney disease a healthy diet can be tricky. Learn more about optimal nutrition and a kidney-friendly diet in this article.
You might know that nutrition has an immense effect on our physical health, but did you also know that the food we eat can impact our mental well-being as well? Read this blog post to learn more.
With skyrocketing food prices, managing a kidney-friendly diet and staying within the budget can be challenging. The good news is that enjoying a nutritious and balanced diet doesn’t have to be expensive. This blog post will offer tangible tips and tricks to lower food costs and avoid food waste.
If you have been diagnosed with early kidney disease, stage 1 or 2, you are probably wondering what you should be eating to help preserve your kidney function. Nutrition plays a crucial role in how fast or slow your kidney function declines. The steps in this post can help protect your kidney function and slow the progression of kidney disease.
Written by Gurpreet Virk, RD CDE Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a complex disease that requires a team of healthcare […]
By Dietetic Intern Wareesha Nadeem, MHSc(c) and Julie Hutter, RD, CDE People with chronic kidney disease are advised to be […]