One of the best things you can do for your kidneys is control your diabetes.

But there is so much conflicting information online.

We can help

And after reading about all the things you should be avoiding for diabetes and CKD, it can seem like there is nothing left to eat.

Despite what you may read online, it is possible to follow a CKD Diet and Diabetes Diet at the same time. The key is to learn how to manage both conditions together, instead of trying to piecemeal information together from different sources (that may or may not even be accurate!).

Our CKD + Diabetes Nutrition Course is specifically designed to help you see results for your diabetes and you kidneys.

In just two months, my triglycerides have dropped 33% already and my fasting blood sugars have gone down 25 points and are almost in the normal range. The protein in my urine is finally low and my potassium is no longer high. I really can’t believe how much progress I’ve made in such a short time thanks to this course.

cooking ckd and diabetes friendly meals

The right nutrition strategy can:

Lower your A1c

Which will reduce your risk of diabetes complications such as retinopathy and nerve damage.

Reduce protein in your urine

And take pressure off your kidneys to prevent further damage

Lower your blood pressure

Which will protect both your kidneys and your cardiovascular system

Prevent and treat metabolic acidosis

Which can improve insulin sensitivity, potassium control, and reduce harmful inflammation

Treat certain types of anemia

Which can help relive you of fatigue, brain fog, and feeling out of breath.

Prevent CKD Bone and Mineral Disorder

Which can help prevent vascular calcification, osteoporosis, and other problems with your bones.

I feel like I can finally pick foods that I know are good for my diabetes without worrying that my potassium will be too high. I can’t tell you what a relief that is.

What’s Included?

More than 8 hours covering all major nutrition strategies for CKD + Diabetes:

Protein needs and recommendations for CKD and diabetes
Managing potassium the right way with diabetes and CKD
Phosphorus control and Bone and Mineral Disorder
Blood pressure management and sodium management
Meal planning and grocery shopping guides
Sample 7 Day meal plans for CKD + Diabetes
Meal planning and grocery shopping guides
Choosing the right vitamins and supplements, plus what to avoid
Hypoglycemia and how to treat it
Understanding diabetes numbers and targets
Strategies for reducing insulin resistance
and more!

I’ve learned more in this class than I have in 20 years of having diabetes. Lauren is so knowledgeable and good at explaining things.

This course is for you if:

You have been diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 2 – 4
You have been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes or pre-diabetes
You want to learn how to control your diabetes and save your kidneys using nutrition and lifestyle changes
You want the benefit of expert advice without price tag of 1:1 counseling
You are tired of reading conflicting information about what you should be eating

This course is NOT for you if:

You have Stage 5 CKD or are on dialysis
You have Type I Diabetes
You are insulin dependent and looking for education on how to take your insulin. This course will not cover insulin management. 
You are not able to listen to or watch videos in English (the majority of the course is video based and in English only).

Ready to enroll?

This course is not currently open for enrollment (but will be soon!). To be notified as soon as it is available, join our waitlist below.

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