FSGS Diet

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What Diet Is Suitable For Patients With Stage 3 FSGS

2014-04-01 10:15

What Diet Is Suitable For Patients With Stage 3 FSGSFocal Segmental Glomerulus Sclerosis is a kidney disease which can cause damage in patient’s glomerulus, and that can reduce patient’s Glomerular Filtration Rate directly. While stage 3 FSGS is an key stage, because FSGS begin to cause noticeable symptoms in patients’ body, and it is possible for patients to have a well control on their condition.

On the other hand, diet can provide significant influence to patient’s condition, so it is important for patients to regulate their diet habit to protect their kidney function and overall health. Well then, what diet is suitable for patients with stage 3 FSGS?

1. Appropriate protein:

Protein is an important nutrient for our body, so it is important for patients to guarantee the essential protein intake.

On the other hand, protein can produce lots of metabolic wastes, which need to be filtrated out by kidney, and that can aggravate patient’s kidney damage by increase patient’s workload. So, it is necessary for patients to avoid taking much excess protein in their diet.

2. Low sodium:

High sodium in body can cause patients to have edema and hypertension, and hypertension is a complication that aggravate patient’s kidney damage obviously.

Thereby, it is important for patients to reduce their sodium intake to protect their kidney function and overall health.

3. Moderate calory:

Moderate calory intake is very beneficial for patients with kidney disease, because it can guarantee the need of activity and reduce the decomposition of protein in patient’s body, and that si very helpful for patients to protect their kidney function and overall health.

4. Abundant vitamin:

Vitamin is very important for our body function, so it is important patients to guarantee abundant vitamin intake. For example, vitamin C play a key role in our immune system, and vitamin A is very important for our eyesight.

5. Low phosphorus:

Phosphorus is a substance which can cause many severe health problems in patient’s body, like itching, renal osteopathy, etc, so it is important for patients to avoid high phosphorus in their diet.

6. Appropriate potassium:

Potassium is also a substance which can cause many health problems when patients have its metabolic disorder, but patients may have hyperkalemia or hypokalemia. So, patients should regulate their potassium intake according to their own condition.

These are some common and important aspects that patients with stage 3 FSGS should treat carefully, but the intake of these nutrients should be regulated according to patient’s own condition, because patients’ conditions are different.

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