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.
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?
By Julie Hutter, RD, CDE With recent increases in the cost of living and inflation, more and more of us […]
Submitted by Hanna Kim, Dietetics Student & Dani Renouf, MSc, RD, CDE Occasionally we purchase food that does not get […]
This is an update to the original blog: What’s Good for the Kidneys is Good for the Budget: Tips for […]