Looking to host a fiesta this summer? Try this recipe for tasty and kidney-friendly Mexican stuffed peppers.
One in three Americans have high blood pressure, a major risk factor for kidney disease. Even "mild" high blood pressure, or pre-hypertension can harm the kidneys if left uncontrolled. Could you be at risk? Find out and prevent damage.
We all need protein in our diet, but what is it? Learn about how the body uses protein and how much you should be eating each day.
On average, which of these foods contains the most protein per serving?
- Grilled chicken breast
- Hardboiled egg
- 8 ounce glass of milk
- 1 cup of black beans
Dr. Spry reviews how your kidneys are impacted by a high protein diet and explains why pre-hypertension can damage your kidneys. Find out the answers and don't forget to check out his blog on The Huffington Post!