Kidney Disease

Chronic Kidney Disease

Diet has a major impact on slowing the progression of chronic kidney disease, both by helping to control diabetes and high blood pressure–both of which can effect your kidneys, and by shifting your intake of several important nutrients.

Our Registered Dietitians will help you understand how you can take control of this condition by changing your food intake. Our practical suggestions and resources will help you reduce your protein and sodium intake to the necessary levels. We’ll guide you to adjust  your food choices to fit with a healthy phosphorous and potassium intake, too. And our sample menus will help you better adjust to this challenging diet.

Kidney Stones

If you’ve suffered with the pain of kidney stones you surely want to reduce your chances of getting them again and again. A single session can guide you on dietary changes to help achieve this goal. So give us a call!

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Please call our office at (781) 335-7559, or email us at

Kidney Disease

Questions? Ready? Call us at 781-335-7559 or use the contact form. Jean or Joan will answer your questions and match you with the nutritionist that’s the best fit.