March is National Kidney Month and National Nutrition Month. When you are living with kidney disease, food and nutrition play a big part in your overall health and disease management. Renal dietitians are experts in the nutritional needs of patients in every stage of kidney disease. Working with a dietitian can help you understand your unique needs.
During this webinar, Carolyn Feibig, renal dietitian, will answer questions that you have about:
- Eating and nutrition for pre-dialysis stages of kidney disease
- Eating and nutrition while on dialysis
- Nutritional requirements for a transplant and how you can prepare
Please submit your questions when you register for this webinar. Carolyn will answer submitted questions during the first 40 minutes of the presentation and will reserve 15-20 minutes to answer live audience questions at the end of the webinar.
Carolyn Feibig, MS, RD, LD, CCTD
Carolyn is originally from Saint Louis, MO and has been a dietitian in the Washington, D.C. area since 2011. Currently, she is the Kidney Transplant Dietitian at The George Washington University Hospital. Prior to her current role, she worked for a dialysis company as a dietitian. She found her passion for renal nutrition when her nephew was born with only one kidney. In her career she seeks out opportunities to educate the general public about the importance of early detection of kidney disease and the importance of a healthy diet for kidney health. She currently volunteers with the American Kidney Fund, the National Kidney Foundation, and is on the NKF’s Capital Area Medical Advisory Board. Currently she is working with George Mason University, the University of DC, and the American Kidney Fund on a diet compliance research grant for dialysis patients. In her spare time you can find Carolyn walking all over Washington, D.C. taking pictures searching for new and delicious restaurants or farmers markets.