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Whether you have kidney disease, kidney stones or chronic hepatitis, these resources can help you make healthy food choices to manage your kidney or liver condition.
If you have chronic kidney disease, changing your diet may help to stop or slow the damage that causes the disease and help your kidneys function better for longer. Nutrition advice will depend on the stage and severity of your disease. There is no one diet that is right for everyone with kidney disease.
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Healthy Eating Guidelines for People with Early Chronic Kidney Disease
- Kidney Disease: Changing Your Diet
Learn about which foods may help lower the risk of having recurring kidney stones.
- Healthy Eating Guidelines for People with Kidney Stones
- Kidney Stones: Preventing Kidney Stones Through Diet
Learn about healthy eating guidelines for people with chronic hepatitis.
- Healthy Eating for Chronic Hepatitis (HealthLinkBC File #40c)
Non-alcoholic Steatorhepatitis (NASH)
Learn more about eating well when you have NASH. NASH may also be called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
BC Renal plans and coordinates health-care services for people with kidney disease in BC.
Kidney Foundation of Canada
Kidney Foundation of Canada provides education, information and support about kidneys and kidney disease. Their Kidney Community Kitchens website provides recipes and meal planning tools.
Last Updated: June 2021