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KetoCitra is a medical food and should be taken under medical supervision.

Where Do I Begin?

A team approach – working with your kidney doctor and an experienced renal dietitian – may be the best way to achieve success for anyone with kidney disease. Renal dietitians are professionally trained, registered dietitians who specialize in the nutritional needs of people with kidney disease.

Your doctor will monitor your lab values and overall progress while collaborating with your renal dietitian to make any needed alterations in diet or dosing of KetoCitra.

To find out if you qualify for KetoCitra and to obtain an authorization code, begin by selecting one of the four options below. You can also first watch a video here for a quick overview.

Sign up for the
Ren.Nu program

We highly recommend the Ren.Nu program for the dietary management of PKD. Ren.Nu is a 12-week online program for PKD patients to learn how to implement a plant-focused ketogenic diet that incorporates KetoCitra. Ren.Nu is administered by the non-profit RenAlign and led by highly experienced renal dietitians.

Work with your own practitioner

Use this option if you like to work with a practitioner you already know and trust, e.g. your own nephrologist, general practitioner or dietitian.

Work with SBN's practitioner network

SBN is working with numerous independent healthcare practitioners who are familiar with the dietary management of individuals with kidney disease, and the use of KetoCitra.

KidneyRD mini-consult

SBN is working with highly qualified renal dietitians who will conduct mini-consults for anyone interested in using KetoCitra. The ~15 minute mini-consults are done remotely at your convenience and cost $50 which you will get back as a discount on your first purchase of KetoCitra (=free for you).

A human kidneys between two palms of a woman on white isolated background. The concept of a healthy kidneys.