A Basic Look at Kidney Transplant

Many who start kidney dialysis treatment aren’t aware of kidney transplant as a treatment option. This is why kidney disease education is critical for patients to take charge of and advocate for their health.

Kidney-Friendly Cookout Tips for Your CKD

It’s grilling season! The sun is shining, the grill smells great, and you're having fun with your family outside. There are so many options for patients with CKD at a cookout.

Advocating for Your Health

Every day, people go to doctor’s appointments, are admitted to the hospital, and attend outpatient hemodialysis treatments for healthcare services. Being comfortable with your healthcare team and knowing what your care consists of is vital to your health and safety. Understanding what your healthcare provider or dialysis facility tells you will help you take better care of and protect yourself.

Gut-Friendly & Kidney-Friendly Spring Pasta Salad Recipe

Kellsey Reed the CKD Dietitian is back with a recipe to help you protect your kidneys by feeding your gut microbiome!

Preventing Vision Loss If you have Diabetes: What you should know?

More than 37 million people in the United States have diabetes, and 1 out of 3 of them will develop diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of severe vision loss and blindness among working-age American adults.

How to tell Fact from Fiction when it Comes to Managing...

When it comes to chronic kidney disease, there is so much conflicting information online. One website may tell you to never eat one food group ever again, and another website may claim they have found the cure to kidney disease. In the confusing world of CKD, how do you tell what is true and what is false?