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DaVita Eats Recipe Videos-fun and easy!
One of our latest DaVita kidney diet resource projects is a series of 60 second recipe videos called DaVita Eats. I’m sharing the press release below so you are aware and can add these videos to your recipe resources. Follow DaVita Kidney Care on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to get the newest videos as they are released. Watch the Red, White and Blue Pie video for an easy 4th of July dessert recipe.
Short How-To Recipe Videos Launch for Kidney Disease and Dialysis Patients
DaVita Eats Bring Kidney-Friendly Recipes to Life
DENVER (June 30, 2016) – DaVita Kidney Care, a division of DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc. (NYSE: DVA) and a leading provider of kidney care services committed to improving the quality of life for those diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), today announced the launch of four kidney-friendly recipe videos designed to make kidney-friendly cooking fun and easy.
View the recipe videos online at http://www.davita.com/DaVitaEats.
“We created these short videos to show people how easy and fun it can be to prepare kidney-friendly meals,” said Sara Colman, RDN, CDE, manager for DaVita.com nutrition and blogger for Kidney Diet Tips. “We hope these recipes inspire those with kidney disease to get cooking!”
The recipes featured in these videos include:
- Red White and Blue Pie
- Mandarin Chicken Salad
- Italian-Style Shredded Beef
- Quick and Easy Apple Oatmeal Custard
More than 31 million Americans have kidney disease, which can progress to end stage renal disease. Most are unaware of their condition, as the disease is often symptomless until its late stages. Individuals at higher risk for kidney disease include those with diabetes or hypertension, as well as adults age 65 and older, African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans.
As kidney function declines, protein waste and minerals become hard to remove, and diseased kidneys must work harder to get rid of them. Each person’s kidney diet prescription is different, but the main nutrients limited in kidney diets include protein, phosphorus, potassium and sodium.