March is Nutrition Month! This year, dietitians want you to know that healthy eating is about so much more than food – how you eat is important too!
The best snacks are 200 calories or less, filling, and satisfying.
There are so many “experts” and food fads out there (on TV, Internet), it’s hard to know what’s true and what’s false.
Diabetes is a disease where your body cannot properly store and use food for energy. The energy that your body needs is called glucose (sugar).
Easter is just around the corner, meaning it is time to prepare for traditions that come with this holiday.
Potassium has many functions in the body, including muscle contractions and heart rhythms.
Another name for salt is sodium and too much sodium in your food is not good for your health.
Healthy kidneys can remove extra phosphorus from the body but for dialysis patients or for patients close to receiving dialysis, phosphorus may build up in the blood.
With kidney disease, you may need to limit dairy products because of their high phosphorus content.
Summer-time is prime berry-picking season so we thought we’d give you all the info you need to bring berries into your diet without wreaking havoc on your kidneys.