Posts Tagged ‘healthy-living’

Our New Focus…

Moving forward, we will try to find, or create, free versions of fee-based resources (such as brochures, tools, and books) for dietitians – to help them out.   We will provide links to both versions in case either can be helpful.

We hope this research is helpful and best wishes for your success.

Sincerely,

John and Celeste Hudson

(authors of this blog and CelesteHealthyLiving.com)

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Interesting video on “Nutrition and You Trends”…my biggest take-a-away was: people have gone from…

Nutrition

Tough sometimes to get from "info gathering" to "action" mode...at least for me...JH

Interesting video on “Nutrition and You Trends”…my biggest take-a-away was:  people have gone from “don’t bother me” to “yes, I’m thinking more about it”…but are having a hard time doing the needed actions (hey, sounds like me ; )  JH

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HANDOUT: EATING RIGHT FOR KIDNEY HEALTH

English: Structure of the kidney

Handout to use on your blog or website

Dietary consultants may want to use this Handout (PDF) to enhance their practice. You can post it on your website or blog and give to your clients. It is titled, HANDOUT: Eating Right For Kidney Health. What you eat and drink can help slow down chronic kidney disease. Some foods are better for your kidneys than others. Cooking and preparing your food from scratch can help you eat healthier.

These tips will help you eat right as you manage your CKD. The First Steps to Eating Right (pages 1 and 2) are important for all people with CKD. The Next Steps to Eating Right (page 3) may become important as your kidneys slow down. Work with your dietitian to choose the right foods for you.

Click here for the download page.

HANDOUT: EATING RIGHT FOR KIDNEY HEALTH

Dietary consultants may want to use this Handout (PDF) to enhance their practice. You can post it on your website or blog and give to your clients. It is titled, HANDOUT: Eating Right For Kidney Health. What you eat and drink can help slow down chronic kidney disease. Some foods are better for your kidneys than others. Cooking and preparing your food from scratch can help you eat healthier.

These tips will help you eat right as you manage your CKD. The First Steps to Eating Right (pages 1 and 2) are important for all people with CKD. The Next Steps to Eating Right (page 3) may become important as your kidneys slow down. Work with your dietitian to choose the right foods for you.

Click here for the download page.

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