A dietitian’s guide to protein for dialysis patients

Protein for dialysis patients
Author: Carolyn Feibig, M.S., R.D., L.D.  |  Posted:

Protein is a building block that is necessary for life! Food has three macronutrients—protein, carbohydrates, and fat. These macronutrients are the building blocks that make up our food and they provide us with energy, called calories. Protein can come from animal sources like meat, poultry, eggs and dairy, or from plant sources like beans, grains and nuts. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Living with kidney disease, Healthy living, Kidney failure

My long journey with CKD

Martin Portocarrero
Author: Martin Portocarrero  |  Posted:

Five days after I was born a healthy baby in Canada, I got an E. coli infection that landed me in intensive care for 22 days. My parents remained outside the ICU, praying that I would make it out alive. Fortunately, I did but was diagnosed with stage 4 chronic kidney disease (CKD) at only 27 days old. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Living with kidney disease, Stories, Kidney failure

Climbing Everest: A son’s tribute

Justin Condon
Author: Justin Condon  |  Posted:

My Dad and I never had much of a relationship when I was growing up. We were the dysfunctional version of the Irish father-son dynamic and by the time I graduated from university, Dublin wasn’t a big enough town and Ireland wasn’t a big enough country for the two of us. At 22, I left—flying to the USA in search of freedom. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Fundraising, Stories, KIDNEYNATION
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