Chronic Kidney Disease Program
Get past all the confusing information you’ve read online and learn the truth about what YOU need to eat to maintain the health of your kidneys.
End the confusion for good!
Since learning you have chronic kidney disease, you have been trying to figure out what to eat, but you can’t make sense out of what you’ve read. One website says one thing and another website tells you the opposite. What are you supposed to do?
You want to KNOW instead of having to GUESS what changes to make to your diet. You want to stop the conflicting information in your mind and start eating the things that will keep your kidneys functioning and improve your overall health.
Chronic Kidney Disease
This self-paced program will teach you everything you need to know about CKD and diet, so you can finally gain confidence in knowing what to eat for the health of your kidneys.
Who Is The Program For?
This program is for you if you have CKD and you take your health seriously.
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with CKD or been told that your kidney function has declined, and you have become afraid of your food, or are confused about what to eat, you’ve come to the right place. If you want clear education and support, and are willing to do the work it takes to maintain your remaining kidney function, this program is for you.
Accessing the course is easy!
Register for the course
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Module 1: Protein
How excess protein intake affects your kidney function and steps you can take to reduce that effect
Module 2: Ketoanalogues
Learn how to have your protein needs met without further damaging your kidneys.
Module 3: Sodium
Practical suggestions for reducing your sodium intake
Module 4: Phosphorus
Learn how to avoid excess phosphorus intake, which can be damaging to your kidneys.
Module 5: Potassium
End the confusion about potassium for good!
Module 6: Iron and Anemia
Learn what foods and food combinations will increase your iron intake, and what other nutrients you might be missing on a plant-based diet.