Happy Holidays! Did you know proper food preparation and storage is as important for your health as the ingredients in your dishes? Our friends USDA Food Safety shared some great tips on our blog for preventing foodborne illness—a sure way to ruin your holiday fun. READ MORE >>TOPICS: Kidney Kitchen, Healthy living, Diet, Nutrition, Healthy eating
Kidney Today from the American Kidney Fund brings you voices from the fight against kidney disease—patients, their loved ones, renal professionals and many others.
If you're like Ross Geller, you know that leftovers are one of the best parts of the Thanksgiving meal. Before serving tomorrow's feast, review kidney-friendly tips from Kidney Kitchen partners USDA Food Safety that will keep your leftovers safe to eat. READ MORE >>TOPICS: Kidney Kitchen, Diet, Nutrition, Healthy eating
Most Americans use measuring cups and spoons to portion their ingredients when they cook. But did you know that most people around the world weigh their ingredients? A kitchen scale is more accurate and a gamechanger if you follow a kidney-friendly meal plan! READ MORE >>TOPICS: Kidney Kitchen, Healthy living, Nutrition, Healthy eating
Good news for people on dialysis who experience debilitating itching. The FDA approved Cara Therapeutics' injection IV KORSUVA (difelikefalin) for dialysis patients with moderate to severe itching, also known as pruritis. Learn more about this first-of-its-kind treatment. READ MORE >>TOPICS: News, Research
Good luck to all the runners in Sunday's San Francisco Marathon. We’re cheering on 17-year-old Ellie, who will be running her first marathon in the hopes of raising $26,200 for AKF through KidneyNation. Ellie has FSGS, a rare kidney disease, and has been inspiring hundreds of people to donate to help out the kidney community. READ MORE >>TOPICS: Stories, KidneyNation, Living with kidney disease