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By DaVita® Dietitian Heather Ansley, RD, LD
The holidays can bring an abundance of joy, but there is often an over abundance of treats as well. From Halloween through the New Year, dinners, parties and social events are the source of many a diner’s delight — or a dieter’s nightmare. The candies, cookies, cakes and pies represent just a few of the pitfalls faced by a person trying to eat healthy. But if you succumbed to temptation, it’s not too late to get back onto the path of eating well when you have kidney disease.
For those with chronic kidney disease (CKD), the challenge of sticking with a kidney diet can be challenging compared to a regular diet. As with any challenge, having a plan can be the key to eating healthier after the holidays. And although the holidays are over, there are some places and situations where it’s hard to say no to leftover goodies. Below are suggestions to help you overcome any food-related obstacle.
With a little planning, preparation and perseverance you can start your New Year’s resolution of eating kidney-friendly with confidence. Don’t forget to check out resources like DaVita.com and the DaVita Diet Helper online meal planner for further tips on how to eat a kidney-friendly diet after the holidays.
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