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Are you looking for an effective and easy to follow a diet to solve your renal issues? Then keep reading... While a diagnosis of chronic kidney disease (CKD) may seem scary at first, and it is most likely leaving you with a lot of questions, it can be managed very effectively. It just requires a little bit of time, patience, and exploration, so you can see all the pieces of the big picture. The first step in managing kidney disease is to understand it. In this chapter, we will review the vital role your kidneys play, what goes wrong when you develop kidney disease, and how diet plays an…mehr

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Are you looking for an effective and easy to follow a diet to solve your renal issues? Then keep reading... While a diagnosis of chronic kidney disease (CKD) may seem scary at first, and it is most likely leaving you with a lot of questions, it can be managed very effectively. It just requires a little bit of time, patience, and exploration, so you can see all the pieces of the big picture. The first step in managing kidney disease is to understand it. In this chapter, we will review the vital role your kidneys play, what goes wrong when you develop kidney disease, and how diet plays an extremely important role in managing kidney disease. In case you have decided to read this book Renal Diet because you have already been diagnosed with a form of kidney disease, we have made sure that the most important aspects for managing kidney disease by lowering sodium and potassium intake and incorporating a simple and yet effective diet regimen - renal diet. The renal diet is perfect to allow your body and kidneys to recover damaged renal functions and establish balance in your organism. This book Renal Diet covers the following topics: Kidney disease Symptoms and causes of kidney disease Introduction to the renal diet Benefits of renal diet How to limit sodium, potassium and phosphorus in the diet What you can eat and what you can avoid in renal diet Top 10 foods to eat for kidney health Renal diet meal plan How to slow kidney disease The reasons diets don't work The basics of renal diet Eating well to live well Pointers to remember when slow cooking ...And much more Chronic kidney disease affects over thirty million Americans. Only a small fraction of those diagnosed will ever have to face a kidney transplant or dialysis. For more the fifty years, people have known that diet has a large impact on the outcome of CKD patients by slowing the rate of their progression, delaying the onset of their symptoms, decreasing the risk of cardiovascular problems, and improving the internal environment of their body. For those who already suffer from cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes, dietary changes can go a long way to help stabilize the function of the kidneys and improve survival. Unfortunately, for most newly diagnosed CKD patients, learning to follow the renal diet can be challenging. This can be even scarier if they have already been told to reduce their sugar intake or fats. The main question most people will have when facing a renal diet is "With all of these restrictions, what can I eat?" They are afraid that they will have to eat boring and bland foods, which makes any diet unsustainable and difficult to follow. This book Renal Diet is here to help with just that. Managing CKD will require lifestyle changes, but you are not alone. However, without knowing what can happen, fear, anxiety, depression, and uncertainty are common among CKD patients. A lot may even feel that dialysis is inevitable, and you could find yourself wondering it is worth your time and effort. Only one in fifty people diagnosed with CKD faces dialysis. With the right tools, you can delay and prevent end-stage renal disease and dialysis. With simple management strategies, you can live a full and productive life.