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Bread is usually loaded with phosphorus and sodium that can harm the kidneys. Read these tips to choose the best bread for Chronic Kidney Disease.

Phosphorus is a mineral that can be found in nearly every food – whether it be natural or processed. In the right amounts, it is vital to keep your body healthy.Together with calcium, phosphorus helps maintain the strength of your bones and teeth. It also has a role in keeping your cells and tissues in

We all know a good diet (specifically low protein kidney diet for some) is crucial to being healthy. That’s true for anyone, anywhere. It doesn’t matter what your age is or the state of your health – everyone needs to eat well to live well.But when you have chronic kidney disease (CKD), what is healthy for

When you have chronic kidney disease (CKD), limiting your sodium intake is an expected course of action.Although some sodium is necessary for you to remain healthy, there are dangerous consequences when you consume too much. Normally, your kidneys can filter out the excess and keep your body in balance, but that may no longer be

Fast foods are an affordable choice for a quick bite when you are pressed for time. Even while working on a healthier kidney diet, delicious fast foods are hard to resist especially when you are busy preparing healthy kidney-friendly meals.  You may find yourself indulging in an occasional pizza or taco after a tiresome day

Milk is a versatile beverage that can be drunk alone or mixed with other drinks such as coffee, smoothies, or teas. Drinking milk offers tons of benefits, including dental and bone health, better sleep, muscle growth, stress reduction, and disease prevention (see source 1).In the United States, the national dietary guidelines recommend adults to drink

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