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Introducing A New PKD Cookbook! – Renal.PlatoHealth.ai

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Love Your Kidneys – A cookbook written especially for the PKD community by registered dieticians Emily Campbell and Roxanne Papineau.

We are proud to introduce this PKD nutrition resource, which is the first of its kind in Canada. Tailored to enhance patient care and nutrition education, this invaluable guide addresses the unique dietary needs associated with PKD.

Providing expert insights and practical advice, it empowers individuals to make informed choices for their well-being. This booklet is a significant step toward improved understanding and support for those navigating the challenges of PKD.

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  • It’s the first cookbook of its kind available to the PKD community in Canada – written specifically for the nutritional needs of PKD patients.
  • It contains valuable information about making kidney-friendly food choices when you have PKD, and explains why those choices are important for people with PKD.
  • It includes 9 delicious, kidney-friendly recipes that follow the advice mentioned in the booklet.
  • There’s also an interview with a nephrologist that simply explains how a healthy, long-term relationship with food can help slow the progression of PKD.

We hope you enjoy Love Your Kidneys! Let us know if you try some of the recipes, or adapt them to your own household’s needs.

And by all means, if you have questions that the cookbook doesn’t answer, please reach out and we will try to get the answers for you!

Download the PDF now!

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The PKD Foundation of Canada is the only national charitable organization dedicated to fighting polycystic kidney disease through programs of research, advocacy, education, support and awareness, in order to discover vital treatments and a cure for PKD, and improve the lives of all it affects.

Established in 1993, the PKD Foundation of Canada has positioned itself as a nation leader of clinical research and fellowship funding in the field of PKD. From the first research grant awarded in 1999, the PKD Foundation of Canada has set up chapters and support groups across the country, built an expansive and passionate volunteer network, and connected with PKD groups around the world.