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
Moving forward in our KDOQI series (Kidney Disease Outcome Quality Initiatives), which is a set of dietary recommendations that was published in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases, September 2020, we’ve gathered some research and facts to talk about mediterranean
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
Oats have historically shown a variety of benefits for all parts of the body. Its high fiber content helps support optimal gut health. Oats also contain many useful vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
For people dealing with kidney disease, typically,
Americans and many people across the world literally love cheese. It’s an all-time favorite food and consumption data published by USDA unfolded many surprises. From 1977 to 2017, Americans increased the amount of cheese every person ate each year from
When someone is diagnosed with kidney disease, it means their kidneys are not functioning normally and can overtime lead to urea build-up in the bloodstream. This can further result in loss of appetite and fatigue. A kidney-friendly low protein diet
Tomatoes are considered a high potassium fruit, known to raise potassium levels if not consumed moderately. Kidney disease sufferers often ask if they should avoid tomatoes, marinara sauce, or any other type of tomato sauce.