A healthy diet is indeed very necessary for those who have high creatinine level. Can chicken soup lower your high creatinine level? Well then, I never heard about that. I would like to share with your some suggestions.
Diet to lower serum creatinine level
Healthy kidneys filter out most creatinine. Higher serum creatinine levels indicate kidney damage or failure. For this, your doctor or dietitian will make a renal diet plan for you. As your kidney’s workload is lightened and the rate of damage slows, your creatinine levels will become lower.
In general, kidney disease patients should monitor their protein, sodium, liquids, potassium and phosphorous. Since different people have different cases, I cannot give you an exact answer. You can send test report to us at email@example.com add my Whatsapp 008615512139310 to get detailed suggestions.
Medication to lower creatinine level
Only diet is far from enough to lower your creatinine level. As mentioned above, higher creatinine level indicates kidney damage. Therefore, to lower creatinine level effectively, you need mediation that can improve kidney function.
According to my clinical practice, I recommend you to take Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). TCM has many advantages over traditional western medicines.
First of all, most traditional Chinese medicines are plants, also called herbs. They have been used for thousands of years and are proved to be very natural for patients.
Secondly, compared with over-the-counter medicines, TCM are more effective. We use traditional Chinese herbs to improve kidney function, not only relieve symptoms. Take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as an example. It is an external application used on bilateral kidney areas (Shenshu acupoints). Chinese herbs are super-finely shattered. With penetrant liquid and osmosis device, the effective ingredients can permeate into kidney lesions directly. These herbs have the function of anti-coagulation, anti-inflammation, expanding blood vessels and degrading extracellular matrixes, thus increasing the whole blood circulation. Therefore, renal tissues can get enough blood volume and oxygen to work adequately, so creatinine can be naturally excreted.