Melissa, RD, LD
Renal Dietitian

Anyone looking to maintain a healthy renal diet must watch their potassium, sodium, and phosphorus intake. With many foods high in some or all of these minerals, you may feel your only option is to avoid them. This can be hard to do especially if you have to bypass your favorites. By taking the time to demineralize, renal patients can fit many foods back into their diets.

Laura, RD, LD
Renal Dietitian

If you haven’t heard of ‘super’ foods before, you may be picturing a green bean wearing a cape flying high over a skyscraper or a grape with X-ray vision saving other fruit and veggies from the bad guys.  But, there is indeed more to the term super.