Renal/ Kidney Diets
Diet is an important part of your treatment plan when you have kidney disease. Your recommended diet may change over time, depending on the level of your kidney function. Your physician can advise you and may also refer you to an outside resource for nutritional advice. Some of the things that are most important include:
Getting the right amount of calories and protein
Managing the sodium, phosphorus, calcium, potassium and fluids you consume
Staying at a healthy body weight
If you have chronic kidney disease, your recommended diet may limit protein. Protein is important for building muscles, repairing tissue and fighting infections. At Regime we take care of balancing the macronutrients in your meal plan to optimize your calories. This is highly individual, and each client's needs are considered when designing each meal plan.