NUTRITION ARTICLE: Color Your Plate This Spring

May 1, 2019 Sidhvi Nekkanti By Jennifer Moore, Registered Dietitian Spring Color with Fruits and Veggies Spring and summer bring an abundance of fruits and vegetables to local grocery stores and farmers markets. The vast array of color that accompanies this produce speaks of more than merely juicy deliciousness; it signifies nutrients and health. Read … Continue reading “NUTRITION ARTICLE: Color Your Plate This Spring”

NATIONAL HIGH POTASSIUM AWARENESS DAY – 5.1.21

June 10, 2021 Felipe Jardim AAKP is pleased to announce the second annual National High Potassium Awareness Day taking place on May 1, 2021 (5.1.21). The campaign theme continues to be “Are You O-K+?” and aims to help educate kidney patients about high potassium, also known as hyperkalemia. How much do you know about potassium … Continue reading “NATIONAL HIGH POTASSIUM AWARENESS DAY – 5.1.21”

CKD/Pre-Dialysis

November 7, 2018 Admin Chronic Kidney DiseaseUnderstanding Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is an important first step to helping manage your health. This section on our website is dedicated to helping you learn about the early stages of kidney disease. Read More

Educational Brochures and Resources

July 31, 2018 Admin AAKP offers a variety of educational resources for people living with kidney disease and their care partners. Below is a list of FREE downloadable resources. Many of these same resources are also available in print form in our online store and can be ordered.DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENTSKidney Beginnings: Read More

Dining Out Around the Holidays

August 27, 2016 David Scott How to Stick to Your Diet and Still Enjoy the Party The average person gains approximately five to seven pounds between Thanksgiving and the New Year. Holiday season festivities often include large family meals, special parties and additional treats and drinks. Read More