The “phosphorus pyramid”: a visual tool for dietary phosphate management in dialysis and CKD patients

@article{Dalessandro2015TheP,
  title={The “phosphorus pyramid”: a visual tool for dietary phosphate management in dialysis and CKD patients},
  author={Claudia D'alessandro and Giorgina Barbara Piccoli and Adamasco Cupisti},
  journal={BMC Nephrology},
  year={2015},
  volume={16}
}
Phosphorus retention plays a pivotal role in the onset of mineral and bone disorders (MBD) in chronic kidney disease (CKD. [...] Key Method The pyramid consists of six levels in which foods are arranged on the basis of their phosphorus content, phosphorus to protein ratio and phosphorus bioavailability. Each has a colored edge (from green to red) that corresponds to recommended intake frequency, ranging from “unrestricted” to “avoid as much as possible”.The aim of the phosphorus pyramid is to support dietary…Expand
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