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Cardiorenal Protective Diet

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Cardiorenal Protective Diet

This study will evaluate providing fruits and vegetables in a sustainable community care clinic setting, in addition to routine medical care, to individuals with CKD (Stage 2-4) on CKD and CVD risk, or cardio-renal risk factors. Further, metabolomics profiling will be used to study how change in the diet affects disease risk. Data from this study will be published in peer-reviewed journals, presented at national conferences, and will serve as pilot data to guide and strengthen applications for NIH funding.

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Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and Vegetable delivery, once a week for 12 weeks.

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Identifying a Cardiorenal Protective Diet in a Lower-income African American Population With Chronic Kidney Disease at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease.

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NCT04117204

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