Health Tip: Living With Chronic Kidney Disease

These changes to your diet may be in order

(HealthDay News) -- Chronic kidney disease often requires making changes to your diet, the U.S. National Library of Medicine says.

The agency mentions these examples, which you should first discuss with your doctor:

  • Restricting fluids.
  • Limiting proteins.
  • Restricting potassium, phosphorous, salt and other electrolytes.
  • If you are losing weight, increasing caloric intake.
Diana Kohnle

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