Tweak Your Lifestyle: How to Stick with CKD Diet Plan

Embracing a CKD diet plan doesn’t mean self-deprivation. You don’t have to entirely give up your favorite food to stick to a healthier lifestyle.

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From One Disease to Another: How Diabetes Affects the Kidneys

Ice cream is a tasty treat, indeed, and it’s not just popular with children. But is it still a treat for someone with kidney disease and on a renal diet?

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Kidney-Friendly Meal Plan for Your Renal Diet

Most renal diet patients we’ve come across have a problem with creating their own kidney-friendly meal plans.This actually is a normal thing. As you may have discovered by now, renal dieting is not intuitive. Most of what you considered as good and healthy food before is now detrimental to your kidneys. This is why it’s

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Weight Loss for CKD: What Works and What Doesn’t

Weight Loss for CKDLosing weight can often be hard for people. Part of this depends on your body’s metabolism and your lifestyle. However, a great part of this can be attributed to all the unhealthy foods you get everywhere now.What makes it even harder to lose weight is the fact that people often do all

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Here’s How to Safely Gain Weight Even with CKD

Often, people look for ways to lose weight.With all the fatty and unhealthy foods around, it’s no wonder why obesity is a very common condition among people nowadays.However, for CKD patients like you, losing weight may not be an option anymore. With all the foods you need to avoid and the portions you need to

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Creatinine: What It Says About Your Kidneys

It’s been discovered that your creatinine levels are fairly reliable indicators of your kidney function. High creatinine level in your system means you have damaged kidneys.Now, what are the normal levels of creatinine?Creatinine Levels Chart There are 2 possible tests you can take to figure out how creatinine is in your body: serum creatinine test, and

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