Do you need to follow a special kidney diet? If so, the KidneyDiet app is for you. KidneyDiet helps people with kidney disease make better dietary choices. If you are facing Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) or End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), becoming aware of the sodium, protein, phosphorus, potassium and fluids in your diet is of utmost importance. If you have ESRD and have already started dialysis, your diet will be different than it was before you began dialysis, but you will still have to pay attention to how much you consume of these nutrients.
Is a renal diet app right for you?
The app is right for you if you need to:
- Track your nutrient intake
- Track your fluid intake
- Limit the amount of phosphorus, potassium, and protein in your diet
- Want to easily share information with your dietitian
A Kidney Health app recommended by the National Kidney Foundation
Kidney health is of utmost important for those experiencing renal failure and internal consistency. H2o overload and phosphorus foods need to be closely monitored. Most renal diet apps are of subjective quality and used as a last ditch effort before a kidney transplant when it is too late. Good care providers will monitor patient stories and develop a search strategy for nutrition tracking along with phosphorus tracker, apps scoring and apps supporting existing mobile apps. View our nutrition guide and see how we have helped each patient with ckd make tracking and monitoring egfr calculators, diet tips and diet and nutrition all within apps for the care of kidney failure. Our app is a food coach in your pocket and will help with care management of endstage renal disease and renal nutrition for any kidney patient who wants to leverage a nutrition app!
It’s difficult to remember which foods are better for you than others when following a renal diet. So, just type an item into the search field or use the barcode scanner and quickly determine the nutritional counts of a variety of foods. Use the Diary to record and track what you eat and gain insight into which foods are better for you.