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PRINE Nutrition

Eat right. Be well.

The RENAL DIET (or KIDNEY DIET) needs to be individualized. Everyone should discuss their particular situation with their nephrologist. However there are some guiding principles to consider.

In early stage CKD (Stage 1-3), dietary restrictions may be quite modest. Generally, lower protein diets are helpful in slowing the progression of kidney disease. As CKD progresses and kidney function worsens, diet becomes even more important. General recommendations for a RENAL DIET are typically:

  • Protein
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Phosphorous

PRINE is now offering Nutrition Consultations

for kidney disorders, diabetes, obesity and related conditions.

Healthy Eating: What Should You Put on Your Plate?
Steve Della Croce, MS, RDN, CDN

Stephen Della Croce, MS, RDN, CDN

Please discuss a dietary plan that suits your needs with your physician. At PRINE we offer nutrition consultations to supplement your physician's recommendations. These consults can help provide more specific information, resources and strategies individualized to your own needs.

Want to schedule a Nutrition Consult? Contact us.

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