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Food insecurity and its health consequences present a serious challenge to health care providers, policy makers and program administrators. The people at risk for food insecurity are often the same individuals at high risk for health problems like diabetes and hypertension, the leading causes of chronic kidney disease. Food banks and pantries are being more relied upon due to the current economic climate and it is vital that both nutrition professionals and patients learn how to work with foods commonly distributed at food banks to meet renal specific diet needs.
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 5340, 4070, 8090
- Jenna Umbriac, MS, RD
- Pamela Kent
Planned with the Renal and Hunger and Environmental Nutrition Dietetic Practice Groups