Kidney Disease

Kidney Disease: High- and Moderate-Potassium Foods

In recognizing National Kidney Month, it's important to understand how potassium plays a role in affecting your heart rhythm and how you can monitor you diet with the help of an RDN.

If you are diagnosed with kidney disease, what you eat can ease the workload of your kidneys. You'll need a meal plan that meets your individual needs and keeps nutrients in check.

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