Treating Chronic Kidney Disease with Food


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  • So, is chronic kidney disease a slow-or-stop situation; or can it be healed with a plant-based diet? (Please post as a "Reply" so that I will see your response, whether you are Dr. Gregor or not.)

  • Dr. Kimberly Gilbert, a kidney doctor at Upstate Medical in Syracuse NY, says that a patient at stage 4 can eat as much protein as they want and that any correlation between protein and kidney failure is an old wives tale.

  • I'm a 38 year old female, my kidney function level is at 50…so yes I have CKD. I just found out a few months ago. I have been doing research on my own trying to figure out the best diet for my kidney health. I have almost completely eliminated animal protein from my diet. I've been eating a combination pretty much daily of white rice, red peppers, avocados, celery, dried cranberries, carrots, sometimes there's cashews or walnuts thrown in there. can you give me any other suggestions of what to eat? Also per my nephrologist I am on a no salt/low salt diet. Thanks so much.

  • There are several components to reducing kidney disease naturally . One plan I discovered that succeeds in merging these is the Dravin Magic Plan (google it if you're interested) it's the most helpful guide i've seen. look at all the interesting info .

  • I am nurse that works in the community and I was visiting a client that has chronic kidney failure and cancer today. I was asking about her diet, and everyday she would be consuming mostly dairy, meat, and eggs with very little vegetable and fruits incorporated into her diet. I was not only shocked that her dietician and doctor recommended these foods into her meal plan, BUT she also showed me the list of foods she could not eat which included a long list of fruits and vegetables such as dark leafy greens, broccoli, beans, chickpeas (just to name a few) due to the phosphorus, calcium and the medications she was on. I was at a real cross roads as how to educate her in eating fruits and vegetables that the rest of her healthcare team is telling her otherwise. I'm finding this aspect of my career hard, because I know the life changing research and want to truly heal my patients, but how can I do this through nutrition if the rest of the healthcare team does not agree? It is so important to me to incorporate nutrition and healthy lifestyle into my care, because it is SO overlooked in hospitals and in the community setting and this information can change someone's life. If you ever need a registered nurse in the future, I have become very educated through the research you have provided and through other sources as well. I am honored to have taken this research and already have recommend nutrition advice to several of my patients. Thank you for changing lives everyday! – Jessica RN

  • interesting points ,if anyone else wants to uncover
    kidney disease symptoms in women
    try Franaar Healthy Kidney Formula (just google it ) ? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my mate got cool results with it.

  • I just got out of the hospitalthe THIRD time for kidney stones and they found megaheptaly. A enlarged liver. I am not a teetotaler but I hardly drink at all. I was mostly plant based for six months and I'm going back to being plant based. And I need to layoff the sugar. I guess it takes getting messed up to get half way motivated. Anybody got any advice?

  • There are a few components to treating kidney disease at home. One resource I discovered that successfully combines these is the Dravin magic plan (google it if you're interested) definately the most helpful plan that I have ever heard of. Check out the awesome info .

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