Maintaining a healthy diabetic dialysis diet is specially important for patients who have End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), also called Kidney Failure. The diet’s goal is to manage blood glucose levels, reduce burden on kidneys and ensure nutritions. What food are good for diabetic on dialysis?
What should diabetic on dialysis eat?
They have to closely limit sodium and fluid intake. In addition, taking enough high-quality proteins and balance carbohydrates and fats should also be included in your diet plan.
Egg white, lean meat, fish, milk, bitter gourd, cabbage, lettuce, red bell peppers, apple, red grapes are good choices.
What can’ t they eat?
They should restrict foods containing high amounts of phosphorous, sodium and potassium. High-sugar foods increase blood glucose. All carbohydrate-containing foods ( e.g., bread, cereal, pasta, rice, starchy vegetables, fruits, juices, many sugar-free desserts) increase blood glucose levels. Therefore, the total amount of carbohydrates you eat will be balanced with your medicines and activity level.
How can a healthy diet help diabetic on dialysis?
Diabetes affects your entire body, including nervous system, blood circulation and blindness as well as kidney disease. This diet plan is helpful for control blood glucose levels and protect kidneys.
However, it cannot be taken as medication because no food can treat kidney disease from the root. Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCMs) are very natural for patients and can help patients reduce dialysis.
What TCMs are good for diabetic on dialysis?
I do not refer to several single Chinese herbs, but herbal remedies based on hundreds of Chinese medicines.
Maikang composition, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath and Blood Pollution Therapy are all commonly used methods for Kidney Failure patients. The main effect of them is to increase blood circulation by purifying the blood. Therefore, kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to function well.
Patients taking these remedies can surely reduce dialysis gradually and gain better life quality. Any questions, please email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below.