CKD diagnosed at mid-40's gfr about 7 years ago. Gfr has remained steady until recently, now mid 30's (perhaps recent bout of Covid implicated).
I have to get into the saddle on diet and lifestyle (am in good health generally, 57 male, no symptoms, on 7.5gr ACE). Am reading Lee Cull's book at present.
Have a few questions if anyone can lend a hand?
Anyone got a view on Lee Hull's approach (aside from the book being quite dense and the diet strict and the fact he's flogging an expensive supplement)
Can anyone recommend a comprehensive nutrition tracker app that would bore down into kidney relevant nutrients? Preferably free but if paid then fine..
My nephrologist seems to have taken a very back seat approach. At mid 30's gfr she's thinking of maybe perhaps booking a renal dietician in the future. She takes the same fatalistic approach Lee criticises: decline is inevitable and little to be done until symptoms start. Is this universal?
Thanks in advance