Potatoes! They’re one of the world’s favorite vegetables. You can mash them, bake them, fry them, put them in salads, soups and they’re always delicious. The starchy tuber may be beloved, however, when it comes to people living with kidney
Oxalate (Oxalic Acid) and Kidney Health The categorization of foods by oxalate content and antioxidant activity grants more informed nutritional suggestions for patients with urolithiasis and other diseases, according to a recently published study.
The major component of table salt is sodium, which is a naturally occurring mineral. Salt that is found in the home is actually the mineral compound, sodium chloride. Salt is widely used in cooking because it enhances the flavor. The
Summary: Article is a summary of what impact fasting has on chronic kidney disease. Chronic kidney disease and fasting has a lot of research due to Ramadan. The Muslim month of fasting and praying and other religious activities. Hundreds of
People with kidney disease have to continually be cautious about the foods they eat and drink; the reason is that certain foods may cause harm to the kidneys. When it comes to beverages, there is no question that water
The internet is inundated with articles on how much water people should drink. Both healthcare professionals and non-healthcare individuals offer a range of opinions without any scientific facts. For the longest time, the dogma has been that all healthy humans
Healthy Kidney Inc. receives countless messages daily inquiring about this or that food and whether or not it can still be consumed as a part of a healthy kidney diet. By far, two of the most frequently asked about items