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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Complications Of Chronic Kidney Disease

A complication is an additional medical condition, problem, or issue that arises as a result of, or in conjunction with, an existing disease, disorder, injury, or medical treatment. Complications can occur in various medical contexts and may impact the course, severity, or management of a primary condition. There are some complications of chronic kidney disease…

The Best Fish For Kidney Disease: Featuring Cod

Cod, a white fish with firm flesh, thrives in the cold waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Renowned for its gentle taste and robust, flaky consistency, it is a preferred selection for dishes such as fish and chips, fish tacos, and fish stews, among an array of other recipes. This is one of the…

Kidney Friendly Beans

Plant-based proteins are protein sources derived from plants, as opposed to animal-based sources like meat, dairy, and eggs. Proteins are vital for building and repairing tissues, supporting immune function, and maintaining various bodily processes. Plant-based protein (like kidney friendly beans) options offer a range of nutrients and are often lower in saturated fats compared to…

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