When we have chronic kidney disease, we might need to reduce phosphorus intake. Read on to find out the most common sources of phosphorus in our diets!
High blood sugar level can damage your arteries and organs, and especially your sensitive kidneys, keeping an eye on your blood sugar is crucial to protect your kidneys from further damage.
High blood pressure causes kidney damage, and vice versa. If you have high blood pressure, measuring your blood pressure twice daily is recommended.
If you have end-stage kidney disease, this means that your kidneys are having trouble balancing certain minerals and filtering toxins from digestion. This can lead to loss of calcium from the bones, trouble with your heart rhythm, and severe pain and symptoms that affect your ability to do simple daily tasks. Keep reading to learn some great nutrition tips for end-stage kidney disease.
While exercising regularly and taking medicines as prescribed by your health care provider may help slow down the progression of kidney disease, when you already have kidney disease, how you eat makes a huge difference. Read more to learn the some great nutrition tips for kidney disease in all the different stages.
When we have a condition that is new or causing us pain, we may find supplements that claim to help. From the perspective of kidney disease, there are no herbal supplements that are safe.
Kidney disease is common, but 90% of people don’t even know they have it. So it may not come as a surprise to you that there are many false or unproven remedies for the kidneys.
Currently, only 10% of patients with kidney disease see a Dietitian before reaching ‘end-stage' kidney failure and requiring dialysis. Around 90% of adults don’t know they have declining function - including half of those patients that have already had a significant loss in kidney function. Depending on underlying factors that may worsen your CKD risks, making dietary changes that align with the root causes will play an important role in slowing or stopping kidney disease from getting worse. Here we will talk about generalized nutrition pointers to help protect the kidneys.