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My DaVita, the latest tool for kidney patients and caregivers from DaVita
My DaVita is a new feature on DaVita.com that helps you keep track of kidney resources and tools you discover on the website. To use…Continue Reading »
Dietary Phosphate Prescription and Survival in Dialysis Patients
“CUTTING DIETARY PHOSPHATE DOESN’T SAVE DIALYSIS PATIENTS’ LIVES” is the latest headline in nephrology news. So does that mean the struggles to control your phosphorus…Continue Reading »
Fruits and vegetables help delay kidney disease progression in early stages
Your mom said it, the health experts say it and now there’s reason for people with early kidney disease to do it. Eat your vegetables—and…Continue Reading »
KidneyDiet App: a new tool to help kidney patients decide what to eat
Have you ever wished you could instantly peak at the nutrient content of a food while making weekly menus, grocery shopping or eating out on a kidney diet? The…Continue Reading »
The challenge of phosphorus and chronic kidney disease
Phosphorus is an important topic for anyone with chronic kidney disease because knowing about phosphorus and controlling it can save your heart and bones, and…Continue Reading »
New thin bagels and buns offer lower carbohydrate and sodium choice for people with kidney disease and diabetes
©iStockphoto.com/lushmedia New foods are constantly appearing in the market. My newest favorites are on the bread isle–thin bagels and thin buns. What a great…Continue Reading »
Peas please? Can I eat peas on a kidney friendly diet?
Peas are eaten around the world. They come in many varieties–black-eyed peas (cow peas), chickpeas (garbanzo beans), green peas, pea pods, pigeon peas (red gram) and split…Continue Reading »