Kidney Today Blog Archive
Topic: Kidney Kitchen

Navigating nutrients: Helpful vs. harmful potassium

Author: Dr. Blake Shusterman  |  Posted:

Like many of us, Kidney Kitchen contributor Dr. Blake Shusterman loves high-potassium foods like bananas, sweet potatoes and avocados. If you're someone who gets confused by one-size-fits-all potassium recommendations for people with kidney disease, check out his latest guest blog post to help you navigate this nutrient READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Kidney Kitchen, Diet, Nutrition, Healthy eating, Living with kidney disease

DASH into heart health with new Kidney Kitchen® resources from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

Author: Elissa Blattman  |  Posted:

To celebrate Heart Month, we spoke with AKF’s newest Kidney Kidney Kitchen®, NIH NHLBI's The Heart Truth program, and our friends NIDDK about how people with kidney disease can manage their heart health through food. Learn what they had to say on our blog. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Kidney Kitchen, Diet, Healthy eating, Healthy living

What’s new in Kidney Kitchen®

Author: Elissa Blattman  |  Posted:

Many people ring in the new year with a promise to make healthier choices. If you have kidney disease, one of the best things you can do to manage or even slow down the progression of the disease is to eat and drink healthy, kidney-friendly foods and fluids. AKF's Kidney Kitchen® is a great resource to help you get started, and we’ve cooked up some exciting updates over the past few months to help you conquer your New Year’s resolution. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Kidney Kitchen, Diet, Healthy eating, Nutrition, Healthy living
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