Gathering around the family table to share a meal often exceeds the act of eating. This time for meaningful connection can also be an opportunity to discuss family health history and inquire if kidney diseases occur among your relatives. For those diagnosed with a rare kidney disease like autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD), it’s important to adopt an overall healthier lifestyle to help manage the condition, which includes eating a healthy and balanced diet.
Please see below for a delicious kidney healthy recipe for Warm Brussels Sprouts, Walnut & Cranberry Salad from NephU!
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