Confused about nutrition for CKD?

Hi there! I am Emily Campbell, Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. My team and I help those living with chronic kidney disease overcome the confusing wold of nutrition to preserve their kidney function.




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Who are overwhelmed by the amount of information online feel empowered to choose foods to preserve their kidney function.

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Who are confused about what foods they CAN eat with chronic kidney disease and want to feel confident planning meals.

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Popcorn: Snacks for CKD

Fibre is a vital component of a healthy, balanced diet and offers many health benefits. Fibre aids in digestive health, weight management, blood sugar control, heart health, colon health, appetite control, and much more. And popcorn is a great example of a fibre filled snack for CKD. For adults, a general guideline of the recommended…

Potassium and CKD

When living with CKD, you may have been told to monitor your potassium, phosphorus, and sodium intake. In this post we will be focusing on potassium and potassium bioavailability. Let’s dive in! What is potassium? Potassium is an element on the periodic table, a soft, silver metal, but is also an essential micronutrient in our…

Almonds and CKD: Can you eat almonds with CKD?

Almonds are a nut native to the Mediterranean region. This nut is often eaten raw or roasted and can be incorporated into many dishes or enjoyed on its own. One common question with CKD is can you eat almonds with CKD. Well this post will dive right into this topic. Nutrient profile of almonds with CKD…

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