Eating more plant-based foods such as vegetables and grains in place of animal-based foods such as red meat may help prevent and slow the progression of chronic kidney disease, Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease.
The National Kidney Foundation Serving Maryand & Delaware recently held an event featuring Dr. Joshi, Shivam.
The Benefits of Plant-Based Diets on Kidney Health
- The Right Foods Help Keep You Healthy and Fight Chronic Disease
- Plant Based Diets Help Prevent Kidney Disease for People with Type 2 Diabetes
- 10 Common Habits That May Harm Your Kidneys
- Plant-Based vs. Animal-Based Diets: The Jury is in!
A Guide to Plant-Based Diets
Starting a plant-based diet does not mean that you need to become a vegetarian and cut all sources of animal protein from your diet.
- What is a Plant-Based Diet, and Is It Good for Your Kidneys?
- The Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Plant-Based Diet
- Plant-Based Diet or Vegetarian Diet – What is the Difference?
- How to Stock a Plant-Based Pantry
- Myths and Misconceptions About Plant-Based Diets
The Role of Plant-Based Diets for Patients With Kidney Disease
With guidance from a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), a carefully planned plant-based diet may be helpful in the setting of kidney disease, depending on a patient’s specific needs.
- How Much Plant-Based Protein Can You Eat Based on Your Stage of Kidney Disease?
- Breaking Down Dietary Protein: What is it?
- Maintaining a Vegetarian Diet with Kidney Disease
- Plant Protein May Be Associated with Reduced Mortality in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients
Visit https://www.kidney.org/atoz/content/plant-based for full details and additional information from the National Kidney Foundation.