Consider your typical experiences

when trying to prevent worsening kidney functions...

  • Sudden shock from discovering about CKD and the dreadful thought of possibly going into dialysis
  • Doctor's incomplete advice in explaining exactly how to change diets other than “control your salt and proteins”
  • Confusion on conflicting information from different sources -- one site says potatoes are safe, the next health blog’s advice is to avoid it altogether
  • Retired and being on social security limits options
With RenalTracker, you'll have an easy-to-use program to help you change not just what you eat, but how you think.

How can I change to a kidney-safe diet?

You just have to be mindful of your Protein, Potassium, Phosphorus and Sodium levels daily

The truth is: You are right, all along. You need to spare your weakened kidneys from doing the work it used to do by limiting your intake of kidney-killing nutrients.These are the four crucial kidney nutrients-to-monitor more commonly called “The PPPS”: Protein, Potassium, Phosphorus, Sodium(Salt)

Not sure what to eat and avoid?

Protein

Potassium

Phosporus

Sodium

Nephrology experts worldwide agree:

Liliana Garneata, MD, PhD
Dr. Carol Davila Teaching Hospital of Nephrology, in Bucharest, Romania

This type of nutritional intervention [ketoanalogue-supplemented vegetarian protein-restricted diet] could be used in compliant patients with advanced disease and with good nutritional status to postpone dialysis initiation.

Emma McMahon, PhD
University of Queensland, in Australia

If maintained long-term, this [sodium restriction] could reduce risk of progression to end-stage kidney disease -- where dialysis or transplant is required to survive -- by 30%.

Your daily goal then, is simple:
Lessen your kidney’s workload by keeping your PPPS adequately low.

How to easily keep your diet within
kidney-safe levels daily?

Most patients use long and confusing food lists, "kidney classes" from daily dialysis networks, or use generalized diet apps. These conventional options are good, but they're all guilty of one fundamental flaw. They all think applying this to daily life is a straightforward, flick-of-a-switch process. It's not.

We're humans, and we get that.

We've worked with the world's leading Nephrologist from MayoClinic, behavior experts from Stanford Persuasion Tech Labs and 1,374 chronic kidney disease patients to make it quicker and easier for you.

Introducing...

Manage your diet with RenalTracker

RenalTracker is based on one simple, research-based idea to make kidney dieting work for you:
It should be personalized and coach-guided.

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Real-Time Food Logging

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1-on-1 Coaching

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Weekly Bootcamp

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Kidney-Safe Recipes

See How RenalTracker Works

Real-Time Food Logging and Tracking

Be confident you're avoiding the wrong food for your kidneys! Log your food items daily and see your kidney nutrients intake graphs update in real time.

Want to show your progress to your doctor over time? You can easily print diet graphs ready for your next doctor's visit.

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Personalized 1-on-1 w/ a Renal Nurse

No more confusions with personalized 1-on-1 messaging with an experienced kidney nurse for any questions on diet, lifestyle changes, or even how to merge CKD with other health concerns

Not sure if beef or fish is better protein source?
Ask your health coach!

Weekly Guided Kidney Bootcamp

Learn everything you need to know to self-manage your kidney disease! Take the 12-Week Kidney Master Class and learn tips, techniques, and life hacks to manage CKD.

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1,000+ Kidney-Safe Recipes

Never run out of delicious, appetizing, kidney-healthy recipes! These 1000+ recipes are personally vetted by a certified dietician. Plus, you can even add your own kidney-friendly recipes!

It’s like having a personalized cookbook, without the uncertainty of eating too much sodium or protein.

Our Promise

Learn how to keep crucial kidney nutrient levels below dangerous limits

within 14 days or less

What past RenalTracker users have to say

My last visit to my renal doctor was perfect. I am no longer a candidate for dialysis and will see him again in a year! That would not have happened without your caring and diligence. Thank you so much for the time you put in for me.

Rochel D.

LA, California

Disclaimer: Results vary on the individual

My creatinine level improved from 210 to 200. I lost 20 lbs and the swelling in my feet / legs has decreased. My sugar decreased from 199 to 112 from January to February. I’m working on getting used to the exercise part. I try to get on my stationary bike every day for 10 minutes. I will continue to stay encouraged. Thank you!

Jacqui I.

Canberra, Australia

Disclaimer: Results vary on the individual

We Are Working With The World's Experts
Dr. James McCarthy

Mayo Clinic

Dr. Karl Quint

Quint Healthcare

Dr. Jaime Montoya

President of PCHRD

Dr. Yori Gidron

Psycho-Neurologist at Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics

Dr. Peter Luik

Internist-Nefroloog at Meander Medisch CentrVum

RenalTracker $47 Monthly Subscription
The Old Way...

Starts at $700/mo

  • Dietitian $55/session
  • Nephrologist $200/session
  • Renal Nurse $470/mo
  • Kidney Health Tips $27/book
  • Weight Loss Programs $29

$1.50/day

  • Real-Time Food Logging
  • 1-on-1 Coaching
  • Weekly Kidney Bootcamp
  • Kidney Safe Recipes

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