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Best Foods For Kidney Disease Diet: A guide to shopping and eating on a kidney disease renal diet


Episode 17: Best Foods For Kidney Disease Diet: A guide to shopping and eating on a kidney disease renal diet. I'm often asked what are the best foods for kidney disease and what foods can I eat on a kidney disease diet? It can seem almost impossible to find foods that fit your kidney disease diet - your Kidney doctor and Kidney Dietician gave you a long list of things to avoid but what they failed to give you is the list of what you can eat and what are the best foods for kidney disease. Dadvice TV changes all of that - starting today you will be able to shop for foods that work for your kidney diet with ease. Dadvice TV has also worked with doctors and dieticians to put together the biggest, best, and most accurate grocery list of kidney-friendly foods - the #1 food list on the planet for kidney disease patients. Download the Kidney diet grocery shopping list for FREE at

The way you shop for groceries changes today and finding food for your kidney diet is going to be fast, easy, and worry-free! From now on the question, "What's For Dinner" won't make you cringe! These kidney-friendly foods are also selected to help reduce the stress and the workload put on your kidneys, helping you to feel better, have more energy and do more. Never before has a renal diet grocery list or kidney diet food list this complete been made available absolutely free.

Dadvice TV's Kidney Shopping List is available to download for free. DadviceTV has curated a list of standard foods for a Kidney-Friendly diet in which your goal is to improve your kidney health. These foods are low phosphorus, low potassium, low sodium and put little stress on the kidneys. Remember to eat these foods in moderation and follow a balanced diet with foods from all food groups. For maximum kidney health, it is best to select brands that do not contain artificial ingredients, preservatives, or GMOs. If you have diabetes, limit carbohydrate portions of starches, fruit, and sweets. Consult with your doctor or dietitian to customize this list to your specific needs. Always read labels for added Phosphorus – not all brands are the same.

For more videos and treatment strategy tips from a CKD patient, watch:
Chronic Kidney Disease Treatment - How To Lower Potassium Levels and avoid Kidney Failure

Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 5 and Stage 4 Renal Diet - What I ate to improve my kidney function

Overcoming sleep issues with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), low kidney function, and kidney failure

Chronic Kidney Disease Treatment: How I increased my GFR & improved my kidney function Part 1


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IMPORTANT: I AM NOT A DOCTOR. Patients should always be under the care of a physician and defer to their physician for any and all treatment decisions. This video is not meant to replace a physician's advice, supervision, and counsel. No information in the video should be construed as medical advice. All medical decisions should be made by the patient and a qualified physician. This video is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE.

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