Proteinuria means the presence of an excess of serum proteins in the urine. It is often associated with kidney disorder. ACE inhibitors are the common type of medicine for reducing proteinuria. However, this kind of medicine may cause some adverse effects. How to reduce proteinuria without ACEIs?
WAYS TO REDUCE PROTEINURIA
● Keep a restricted diet
Keeping a protein limited diet is to make sure your kidneys are not stressed too much for filtering proteins. Proteinuria patients are asked to avoid certain high protein foods, such as, soy, cheese, milk, chicken, poultry, meat, and nuts and dried fruits, etc. Instead, they are suggested to include various fruits and vegetables in their daily diet. Patients are also need to increase their water intake as kidneys need more water to filter the proteins. So drinking lots of water and fresh juices can help patients recover faster.
You should consult your doctor to help you design a kidney-friendly diet. Or you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org for our free suggestions.
This therapy is an innovation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and is an external application. The micronized Chinese herbs have a stronger effect than traditional oral medicine. They can repair the damaged glomerular basement membrane and eliminate the deposition of immune complexes, so that protein can not pass through the kidneys, and proteinuria will be reduced.
Proteinuria is just a symptoms, which must has its underlying problem. You should confirm what are the root causes and we can help you choose the right treatment for you.
Risk factors of proteinuria
The two most common risk factors for proteinuria are:
-High blood pressure (hypertension)
Both diabetes and high blood pressure can cause damage to the kidneys, which leads to proteinuria.
Other types of kidney disease unrelated to diabetes or high blood pressure can also cause protein to leak into the urine. Examples of other causes include:
● Immune system disorders
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