PRAL: Understanding Potential Renal Acid Load For Kidney Disease

Episode 167: PRAL: Understanding Potential Renal Acid Load For Kidney Disease. PRAL or the potential renal acid load refers to the amount of acid produced when foods are digested. The higher the PRAL, the more acid produced. This also means more work for your kidneys. Those with poor kidney function should consider their PRAL food intake. Learn how different foods can help or hurt your kidneys depending on their PRAL value with renal dietitian Jen Hernandez.

► Learn more at renal dietitian Jen Hernandez's PRAL: Understanding Potential Renal Acid Load For Kidney Disease blog https://www.plantpoweredkidneys.com/pral/

Plant-Powered Kidneys Mission:

To simplify the nutritional needs for individuals with kidney disease, and to decrease the prevalence of kidney disease by providing nutrition education including realistic and wholesome lifestyle changes 🥗.

 

Jen Hernandez and the other renal dietitians of Plant-Powered Kidneys help those with kidney disease find their best kidney-friendly diet 🥑 ! Jen's kidney warriors spend less time stressing over the "right" foods to eat 😓 and more time saving their kidney function and loving life 🙌 !

Learn more about Jen at www.PlantPoweredKidneys.com and make sure to join the Plant-Powered Kidneys Facebook community

To find a renal dietitian (in the US):

https://www.plantpoweredkidneys.com/renal-dietitian-near-me/

https://sites.google.com/view/ckdrd/home

https://renalnutrition.org/find-an-expert.php

https://www.eatright.org/find-an-expert

 

To find a renal dietitian in the UK:

https://www.plantpoweredkidneys.com/renal-dietitian-near-me/

https://freelancedietitians.org/

To find a renal dietitian Internationally:

https://www.plantpoweredkidneys.com/renal-dietitian-near-me/