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Stage 3 Kidney Disease and Diet: What can I eat?
It's recommended by most renal specialists for a stage 3 CKD patient to limit Na to no more than 3000 mg daily, K no more than 2000 mg, and P no more than 1000.
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I want to tag @mlmcg to this conversation because she has a remarkable amount of dietary knowledge that she has accumulated from her own experience.
mlmcg, I want ti introduce you to kamama94. I know that you have experienced good results because of your strict adheren to your kidney healthy diet. Does any of this sound familiar to you?
@kamama94 My nephrologist tells me my remaining kidney is doing fine, although it is stage 3. Asked about dietary recommendations, but was told not to worry since I seem to be doing okay. However, I do have concerns with regard to my diet. Pardon my ignorance, but what is "Na," and are we talking about vitamin K and phosphorus?
Hi I also have stage 3..my her is 5.3…what does na stand for?
Such a big help!..I don't ko alot of na,k,p,stand for yet but IAM learning..thank you.
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