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What does baking soda have to do with kidney disease?
Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, is a common ingredient in quick breads, cakes and cookies. My grandmother added a little as the final…Continue Reading »
Controlling High Potassium in Chronic Kidney Disease
Many chronic kidney disease patients I’ve worked with have questions about what’s important with potassium control. Not all people with CKD need to restrict potassium. …Continue Reading »
8 tips for starting a low protein diet if you have chronic kidney disease
When you were first diagnosed with chronic kidney disease one of your first questions may have been ‘What can I do to save my kidneys…Continue Reading »
Kidney diet on a budget: Stretching produce food dollars
Last week I wrote about making a PLAN for stretching your food dollars when following a kidney friendly diet. I hope you tried some of…Continue Reading »