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Kidney Disease

Often patients with kidney disease know what to eat and what to avoid, and this can limit both their dietary quality and enjoyment of food. The solution: healthy foods that taste good, nourish the soul, and are lower in certain nutrients, such as salt.

What you need to know before choosing a Dietitian:

Working with a Dietitian is critical in managing your chronic kidney disease. They can guide you to get inspired with healthy food that tastes good, feels good, and doesn’t stress your kidneys.

What to expect when working with a Dietitian:

Your Dietitian will create an individualized eating plan and give you specific tips on how to make eating an enjoyable and nutritious experience depending on your stage of chronic kidney disease and the results of your blood work.

Practicing Dietitians: