We are committed to providing patients with the education they need to cope with PKD. Approved by our Scientific Advisory Committee, these resources will answer some of your most specific questions about the disease.
Join us as we talk with renal dietitian Jacob Taylor, Ph.D., author of our cookbook, “Cooking Well: Delicious, everyday recipes for the PKD family.” Dr. Taylor discusses nutrition tips for patients and families and walks through the making of “Cooking Well.”
Keeping on track with a healthy diet
Jacob Taylor, University of Kansas Medical Center Department of Dietetics & Nutrition, joins us to give practical advice on how to eat right and keep kidneys healthy throughout the year.
Reading nutrition labels
If you have ever been confused by the information provided on food labels and would like to learn how to use the information provided to help you manage your kidney friendly diet…this webinar is for you!
Kidney nutrition essentials and today’s trends
In this webinar patients with kidney issues will learn the building blocks of a solid nutrition plan.
PKD/CHF & other cystic diseases: From diagnosis to daily living
For parents and caregivers of children dealing with PKD, we’ll cover: daily living with cystic kidney disease, nutrition, dialysis, transplantation and treatment options.
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The basics of PKD
If you're just diagnosed or looking for a refresher, this will cover all the basics of the disease.
This is an exciting time for the science of PKD. We will keep you up to date with information about what’s happening in PKD research and how people like you are bravely living their best lives despite PKD.
Webinar Wednesdays, with PKD Foundation Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) David Baron, Ph.D., occur the third Wednesday of each month at Noon Central Time. These chats highlight targeted topics pertaining to the science of PKD.
There are some great books out there that touch on the many aspects of PKD. Some have storylines about PKD, others are written by volunteers and friends of the foundation. A percentage of the sales of these books will be donated to the Foundation.