What to Eat if You Have Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
Blueberries but not oranges, lean protein but not too much. How do you figure out what’s for dinner when you have 2 different meal plans?
The first, most important step is to meet with a registered dietitian who’s trained in both diabetes and CKD nutrition. Together you’ll create a kidney-friendly plan that keeps blood sugar steady and fits your lifestyle.
Want to get started finding out the basics? Check out our latest feature for links to helpful resources and plenty of food for thought.