Kidney Diet Tips


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Spring into Action to Help Senior Citizens

Medicare Advantage (MA) is a federal program that helps provide coordinated health care to seniors. Currently there are proposed changes by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to the MA program. These changes mean higher costs and fewer healthcare choices.

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There are seniors who already face difficulties paying for medications, sometimes choosing between food, medicine, or keeping the lights on.  Think about what additional costs will mean to them–or to many others facing challenges. People with early kidney disease and/or diabetes are at risk for losing important preventative and coordinated care services.

You can help! Spring into action to send a message to Congress by clicking on the above graphic. It only takes a minute. You can make a difference–each message counts.

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Sara Colman, RDN, CDCES

Sara Colman, RDN, CDCES

Sara is a renal dietitian with over 30 years experience working with people with diabetes and kidney disease. She is co-author of the popular kidney cookbook "Cooking for David: A Culinary Dialysis Cookbook". Sara is the Manager of Kidney Care Nutrition for DaVita. She analyzes recipes and creates content, resources and tools for the kidney community. In her spare time Sara loves to spend time with her young grandson, including fun times together in her kitchen.