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How To Keep Your Kidneys Healthy: Foods to avoid with kidney disease (CKD) and a renal diet


Episode 8 - How To Keep Your Kidneys Healthy: Foods to avoid with kidney disease (CKD) and a renal diet. Kidney Disease Food You Should Not Eat - the top foods to limit on a renal diet to beat kidney disease and improve kidney health. Everyone with chronic kidney disease should have a list of Kidney Disease foods you should limit provided by your own renal dietitian - If you have CKD and use that list to know what foods to avoid/limit, it will be easier to stick to your diet. It's important to watch what you eat and drink so that you can protect your kidney and improve their health, or at the very least maintain your kidney function. That's because damaged kidneys can't remove toxins and waste products from your body as they should. A low inflammation kidney-friendly diet can help you stay healthier longer and improve your GFR but you must avoid these foods which are damaging your kidneys and could lead to kidney failure. It is critical that the right foods for kidney health be part of your chronic kidney disease treatment strategy.

Learn what kidney disease foods to avoid or limit in your kidney disease renal diet to improve your overall kidney health and improve your GFR. Then create a list of kidney foods you should not eat as well as kidney disease diet foods you can eat to help you when shopping or dining out. Too many times people follow blanket statements and avoid more foods than they need to. Knowing what to avoid or limit will allow you to find MORE foods that fit your kidney diet. It is also important to realize that having too little of some nutrients is just as bad as having too many. Make sure and track your food intake and ask your doctor for your daily minimum and maximums for Calories, Phosphorous, Potassium, Protein, Calcium, and Sodium. The goal of your chronic kidney disease treatment strategy is to get enough of these nutrients, but not TOO much. One of the best natural cures or treatments is to manage the foods you choose so that you are less reliant on medications. Your doctor and renal dietitian can help you with this.

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IMPORTANT: Dadvice TV is 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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