Electrolytes And Kidney Disease: Sodium, Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, Calcium and other minerals
Episode 161: Electrolytes And Kidney Disease: Sodium, Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, Calcium and other minerals. Electrolytes are essential minerals—like sodium, calcium, and potassium—that are vital to many key functions in the body. Sodium, potassium, and phosphorus are the three main mineral and electrolyte players when it comes to influencing kidney health, but there are several others.
-What are minerals/electrolytes
-Minerals and Chronic Kidney Disease
-Common Minerals: Magnesium, Iron, Copper, Selenium, Phosphorus, Calcium, Zinc, Potassium, and Sodium.
- How to choose minerals and electrolytes or kidneys
Learn more at renal dietitian Jen Hernandez's Electrolytes And Kidney Disease: Sodium, Potassium And More blog
Renal Dietitian Jen Hernandez's Mission:
To simplify the nutritional needs for individuals with chronic kidney disease, and to decrease the prevalence of kidney disease by providing nutrition education including realistic and wholesome lifestyle changes.
Jen helps those with chronic kidney disease find their best kidney-friendly diet so that they can spend less time stressing over keeping their kidney function and get more control of their life!
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