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Eating & Nutrition for Hemodialysis

sodium  nutrition  diet  Protein  Kidney Disease  potassium  Fluids  Kidneys  Meal Planning  dialysis  hemodialysis  chronic kidney disease  Self-care  Caloric Intake  Phosphorus  Dietitians 

Explains in an easy-to-read format how food affects hemodialysis patients and describes the role of fluids, potassium, phosphorus, protein, sodium, calories, and vitamins and minerals.

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Carbohydrate Counting & Diabetes

diabetes  fruits  vegetables  patients  cholesterol  nutrients  Meal Planning  general public  healthy eating plan  fats  Diet Nutrition  Added Sugars  Whole Grains  Proteins  Starches  Blood Glucose Control  Fiber  Carbohydrate Counting 

Learn about carbohydrate counting, a meal planning tool for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

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Bowel Control Problems (Fecal Incontinence)

digestive system diseases  symptoms  therapy  diagnosis  complications  Digestive Diseases  Rectum  Dietary Fiber  Etiology  Diagnostic Tests  pelvic floor  Risk Factors  Urge Incontinence  Fluids  Meal Planning  general public  muscles  Food Habits  Psychosocial Factors  Fecal Incontinence 

Read about causes, diagnosis, and treatment of bowel control problems including information on diet and nutrition, and fecal incontinence in children.

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Learn Free or Low Cost Ways to Be Healthy | CDC Features

features  pregnancy  vaccines  CDC  cost  learn  ways  breastfeeding  CDC Features  Meal Planning  new moms  text4baby  nutrition and physical activity  budgeting for health  affordabel health care  healthy nutrition 

Be healthy and save money at the same time. Making smart, healthy choices can help prevent injury, disease, and disability.

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