PKD Connection Blog

This Walk for PKD season, we saw the return of an event spearheaded by a volunteer who is passionate about connecting with his PKD community. We recently reached out to Parker Burns of the Salt Lake City Chapter to hear […]

Our Chief Scientific Officer David Baron, Ph.D. recently attended American Society of Nephrology’s Kidney Week 2017. The annual meeting brings together 13,000 kidney professionals across the globe, providing opportunities to exchange knowledge, learn about the latest scientific and medical advances, and […]

There are experiences and tragedies which we endure and can’t ever forget, but I believe it is important to find the strength to keep moving forward. Putting one foot in front of the other can unfold differently for different people, […]

One of the best ways to raise awareness for PKD is to get creative! The more unique you can make your methods of educating others, the more it will stick with them. We recently reached out to Bill Brazell, a […]

Let’s leap into autumn with a tasty, seasonal side dish from the Cooking Well cookbook! In Cooking Well, you’ll find a multitude of kidney-healthy recipes and dietary guidelines for PKD patients. In collaboration with dietitian Jacob Taylor, Ph.D., RD, LD, we […]

The name may sound extra-fancy, but if you have some baking know-how, you can master this soufflé-like dessert from our Cooking Well cookbook. This cookbook is not just a cookbook of delicious, healthy foods, but is based on the research […]

Snacking is definitely okay and often recommended when on a kidney diet. If you make healthy choices, it may help to curb your appetite and prevent you from overeating at your next meal. For example, rather than eating a small […]

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