Tag Archives: CKD

Caffeine and Kidneys = Coffee Beans ❤ Red Beans

There is already good evidence that coffee is good for the liver and could decrease the incidence of cirrhosis. But at Kidney Week this year, we found out that there was a dose-dependent inverse association between caffeine consumption and early

Question of the Day?

How does alkali therapy prevent further progression of CKD? A.) Decreases protein reabsorption B.) Decrease renal blood pressure C.) Decreases interstitial inflammation and complement activation D.) Increases renal perfusion Explanation There have been several studies now to support the use of

CKD and Dietary Recommendations

Typical Dietary Recommendations for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Protein: 0.6-0.8 g/kg/day Sodium: <2 g/day (<6 g/day of salt) Potassium: 40-70 mEq/day Phosphate: 600-800 mg/day Calcium: 1400-1600 mg/day (not to exceed 2000 mg/day) Free water (in excess of urine output): 1-1.5

Nice job!
You now have 30 beans.
Use them wisely, my friend.

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