2Contact InformationExpertise – Newborns to young adults with chronic kidney disease, hypertension, dialysis dependence, feeding issues, nutrition support needs, or help with weight managementPhone:
3ObjectivesAttendee will understand importance of appropriate intake of fiber, Vitamin D, and exercise for wellness as well as limiting intake of caffeineAttendee will be able to list components of renal diet including foods to limit, alternatives, and methods to determine nutrient intakeAttendee can name dietary modifications after kidney transplant
5Fiber Found in whole grain products, fruits, vegetables Helps maintain regularity, satietyAgeAdequate Intake1-3 years19 grams per day4-8 years25 grams per dayBoys: 9-13 years31 grams per day14-18 years38 grams per dayGirls: 9-13 years26 grams per dayPediatric Nutrition Care Manual. AND 2012
6Vitamin DImportant for bones – specifically absorbing calcium and phosphorus400 International Units per dayFish, eggs, fortified milk (& other products), cod liver oilSun exposureSupplements
7CaffeineAcademy of Pediatrics recommends adolescents get no more than 100 mg caffeine per dayCaffeine content: Coke = 35 mg – 12 ozRed bull = 80 mg – 8.4 ozCoffee = mg – 8 ozAlternative ways to boost energy:Daily physical activity better sleep healthy eating
8Be active!Promotes healthy weight, positive mood, & muscle strength (including your heart and bones)Ages 6-17 = 60 minutes of PA dailyInclude muscle/bone strengthening activity like climbing and jumpingAges 18 & above = 30 minutes of PA 5 times per weekFor weight maintenance
18Transplant No added salt diet (Regular) Protein Calcium Fluid Healthy diet – whole grains, variety of fruits/vegetables, limited fat/sugarsProteinHelp build muscle which can be broken down from large doses of steroids + important for healing after surgeryExamples: Meat, poultry, fish, milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs, peanut butter, beansCalciumGoal intake of 1500 mg Calcium via supplement and/or from foods such as milk, cheese, yogurt, fish with small bonesFluidDependent on weight – aim to keep making urine!!