Archives for Nutrition

Potassium & CKD: How to Manage Potassium Long Term

Potassium & CKD: How to Manage Potassium Long Term

Healthy kidneys help to keep the right amount of potassium in your body. When you have kidney disease, there is a chance that your... Learn More >>

Topics: DietNutritionCoping

The Cooking Doc

The Cooking Doc: Potassium Friendly Cooking Demonstration

Join us for a cooking demonstration featuring Dr. Blake Shusterman, a nephrologist on a mission to help you eat healthy while livi... Learn More >>

Topics: CopingDietNutrition

Diabetic Kidney Disease

Know Your Kidneys: How You Can Prevent Diabetic Kidney Disease

Did you know that over 1 in 10 American has diabetes, which is the leading cause of kidney disease? Over time, high blood sugar da... Learn More >>

Topics: DietNutritionDiabetesExerciseCoping

Food, Fluid & Summer Eating with The Cooking Doc

Food, Fluid & Summer Eating with The Cooking Doc

One of the greatest challenges for kidney patients is changing their daily eating habits. Join us for a kidney conversation with n... Learn More >>

Topics: CopingDietNutrition

Ask a dietitian about kidney-friendly foods

Kidney Chat: Ask A Dietitian

Renal dietitians are experts in the nutritional needs of patients in every stage of kidney disease. Working with a dietitian can h... Learn More >>

Topics: CopingDietNutrition

kidney-friendly cooking

Kidney-Friendly Cooking with Chef Linda

One of the biggest challenges for people living with kidney disease is navigating new eating, drinking and nutrition requirements.... Learn More >>

Topics: CopingDietCKDNutrition

Potassium and kidney disease

Potassium and kidney disease: What you need to know

When your kidneys are damaged, they cannot remove extra potassium from your blood. Having too much potassium in your blood is call... Learn More >>

Topics: CopingDietCKDNutrition

Food Safety and Kidney Disease

Food safety is a serious public health concern. In fact, 1 in 6 Americans get foodborne illness each year, resulting in 128,000 ho... Learn More >>

Topics: DietNutrition

Social worker

Kidney Chat: Ask a Social Worker

Every person with kidney disease on dialysis is assigned a social worker. Social workers are highly educated and highly trained pr... Learn More >>

Topics: Kidney FailureCopingCKDDialysisKidney Disease OverviewESRDKidney Disease ComplicationsNutrition

Woman on weight scale

Healthy weight pre and post-kidney transplant

Maintaining a healthy weight can be a big part of the kidney transplant process – both before the transplant surgery and after. Th... Learn More >>

Topics: CopingDietCKDExerciseTransplantESRDNutrition

Eating healthy on diabetes

Eating healthy with diabetes and kidney disease

In recognition of National Diabetes Awareness Month, the webinar will focus on managing two conditions that often happen together ... Learn More >>

Topics: DiabetesDietESRDNutrition

A family enjoying a holiday dinner

Phosphorus in the kidney disease diet: Holiday Edition

Unless you have kidney disease, you may not think about the phosphorus in your foods. But when you have kidney disease, phosphorus... Learn More >>

Topics: CopingDietCKDESRDNutrition

Chicken breast - High protein foods

Protein: Who needs it anyway? You do!

Protein is an important nutrient for dialysis patients that many patients struggle with. Learn more about what protein really does... Learn More >>

Topics: DietDialysisNutrition