Kidney disease can be a difficult process. Medications, multiple practitioners, and a lot of “shoulds” and “should-nots”, “dos” and “do nots.”
Your nephrologist has limited time to discuss diet and nutrition, and doesn’t have all the answers or resources regarding up-to-date nutrition guidelines. (But that’s okay – that’s why I’m here!)
Instead of spending hours upon hours searching the internet for guides, meal plans, and other cookie-cutter ideas of “how to eat for kidneys,” leave the heavy lifting to me.
Do you ever wonder why all legitimate renal nutrition and kidney diet sites talk about generalized recommendations and “talk with your doctor or dietitian?”
Because the renal diet is individualized and based on your kidney function, labs, medical history and health goals.
If you’re looking to improve kidney function, find your best diet for kidney disease, and learn how to keep kidneys healthy, you’re in the right place.
Kidney disease can progress without warning, and symptoms may not be noticed until it’s too late. Don’t let that happen!
We can work together to get you on the right path. Feel confident and comfortable with your food choices, knowing that you are nourishing your body and kidneys with safe and effective nutrition guidelines.
Did you know that once dialysis is required, it is needed for life? You can get on a kidney transplant list, but that can take several years because the waitlist is that long.
I’ll help you stay away from dialysis, and the high medical bills, by making huge improvements to your health today!
What I need from you is the commitment to learn and be willing to set goals in your life!
It doesn’t matter what stage you’re in, so long as you’re not on dialysis and want to keep it that way.
As we work together, clients report:
A boost in energy after our first session
Confidence in cooking healthy, kidney-friendly meals
Comfort knowing they’re making the best changes for their kidneys
More flexibility and variety in their diet
Great follow-up appointments with their nephrologist
If you just want a quick run-through of kidney disease, we’re probably not the best fit. There are plenty of dietitians available to help you if that’s the case. But if you are ready to learn the best diet for your body and kidneys and are willing to commit to the experience, we should be talking.
“My blood pressure has been so much more controlled since we have started working together. My nephrologist really likes you.” – client
You have a primary care physician for the big picture, a nephrologist for your kidney function, maybe an endocrinologist for your blood sugar medication management.