We’ve discussed what goes into a successful kidney disease diet ad nauseum here at Healthy Kidney Inc. and part of the reason for that is the great value we place in just how crucial improving one’s diet is to supporting
Calorie counting and kidneys are the topic of a new study. Researchers have new information on the benefits of proper nutrition for those at risk of chronic kidney issues. Kidneys filter the blood of wastes and toxins, allowing them to
Phosphorus is a common mineral found in high amounts in the bone. It is a mineral that combines with calcium to produce strong healthy bones. Besides, phosphorus is needed for many vital functions in almost
The Mediterranean Diet and Kidney Disease Once chronic kidney disease develops, in most cases the condition is progressive eventually resulting in end-stage kidney disease that requires dialysis or a transplant. Dialysis and transplantation, though life-saving, are not without serious life-threatening
We’ve always been huge proponents of diet’s effect on mitigating kidney function loss and keeping kidney health as strongly supported as possible. This doesn’t mean following a renal disease diet is easy. Quite the contrary, when first being diagnosed, many
Researchers are reporting chronic kidney disease patients can live longer with the help of vegetable protein. Kidneys filter the blood, removing wastes and toxins, allowing them to be expelled through urine.
Chronic kidney disease is a condition where one or
What’s the best fruit for kidney health? There are numerous fruits that are good choices and it’s hard to say whether or not there’s a “best” fruit, but if we were posing this question and seriously considering what the answer
Tomatoes are EVERYwhere and are featured in several of the most popular foods (pizza anyone?). From sauces, to juices, to salads, toppings and everything in between, tomatoes are a hallmark of Italian cuisine and have become a staple of most
A recent study has shed more light on the correlation between dietary phosphate consumption and kidney disease progression. Researchers observed less tubular injury and diminished presence of microcysts when dietary phosphate was limited in the rodents used in the study.