What To Eat With Kidney Disease this Thanksgiving: Renal Diet Tips

Episode 118: What To Eat With Kidney Disease this Thanksgiving: Renal Diet Tips. While many are grabbing their turkeys and pumpkin pies, you may be getting more anxious if you have kidney disease. What about potassium? What’s safe to eat? What do I need to stay away from during my Thanksgiving meal? Are there any good renal diet thanksgiving recipes? Renal Dietitian Jen Hernandez shares tips for what to eat with kidney disease this holiday season so that you stay on your renal diet while enjoying Thanksgiving. Knowing what to eat and what to avoid will help you get the most out of your holiday meals without putting excess stress on your kidneys.

Jen'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!

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

See Jen LIVE on Dadvice TV each Tuesday at 6 pm EDT.

To find a renal dietitian (in the US):

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://freelancedietitians.org/

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