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The National Kidney Foundation's kidney-friendly recipes and health tips for those with kidney disease, those on dialysis, and individuals with hypertension and diabetes.

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Nutrition is a key ingredient in how to control you kidney disease and try to live well. Here is a great resource

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Tests to Measure Kidney Function, Damage and Detect Abnormalities - The National Kidney Foundation

For the person with chronic kidney disease apples are okay, but bananas are not. They have too much potassium. If the kidneys are not working properly they are unable to regulate the amount of potassium the body needs. Too much potassium in the blood can cause heart irregularities.

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New research indicates that eating and drinking calcium and oxalate-rich foods together during a meal is a better approach than limiting oxalate entirely because oxalate and calcium are more likely to bind to one another in the stomach and intestines before the kidneys begin processing, making it less likely that kidney stones will form.

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NAtional Kidney Foundation recipes for people on dialysis or with diabetes or with kidney disease (cooking for others notes) Looks like some good ideas others would enjoy

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Potassium and Your CKD Diet. Great lists of foods high in potassium and low in potassium. Handy!

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The Kidney Kitchen's tomato-free BBQ sauce is a homemade delight that's low in sodium and still high on taste.

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The Right Diet May Help Prevent Kidney Disease, New Study Finds | The National Kidney Foundation

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Low-potassium foods - The National Kidney Foundation: A to Z Health Guide

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