Majority patients have Kidney Failure due to treatment delay or mistaken medicine and other factors. However, bad diet habits also cause people suffer from kidney failure. Well then, what are the reasonable diet principles for kidney failure patients?
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1. Control the intake of protein reasonably
Proteinuria is the most obvious symptom for kidney disease patients, so patients need supply the protein in time. At the same time, patients also need limit the intake of protein to reduce renal burden. According to a research, the daily intake of protein in patients with Chronic Renal Failure was 0.5~0.6 g per kg of body weight. Generally speaking, patients could have half a catty of milk, an egg is permitted. High protein diet would lead to high BUN, but inadequate intake of protein also could lead to high Creatinine level.
2. Low salt diet
Too much salt would influence patients’ health. Eat more salt would lead to drink much water which could increase the blood volume, swelling, high blood pressure and heart burden. Especially to those swelling or hypertension patients, should limit the intake of salt less than 3g per day.
3. Beware of high potassium food
High potassium would inhibit heartbeat which also could lead to cardiac arrest. Potassium need be removed by kidneys, but in kidney disease, kidney cannot remove potassium totally which could cause the high potassium in patient’s body. High potassium foods include banana, orange, potato, and jujube and so on.
4. Avoid high purine food
Such as pluck, beer and seafood etc. Those all could reduce the excretion of uric acid.
5. Avoid spicy food
Those foods could increase the blood pressure, cause inflammation of the throat and allergies.
Reasonable diet habits can make a good prognosis for kidney failure. Of course, only diet can not repair the damaged kidney and improve kidney function. Thus proper treatment is necessary. If you want to know effective treatment for Kidney Failure no Dialysis, please leave a message in the below form or email to us.
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