Lupus, or Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disorder. When it affect the kidneys, causing inflammation on glomeruli, the condition is called “Lupus Nephritis”. IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is a symptom of kidney disease.
Why does that happen? What foods are good for Lupus Nephritis with IBS? Here are some suggestions for general kidney disease patients. For specific advice, you can email to email@example.com.
Foods that can be consumed for Lupus Nephritis with IBS
In general, kidney disease patients are recommended to maintain a low-sodium and low-protein diet, which is to prevent from some symptoms that can cause further damage on kidneys.
Meanwhile, considering that Lupus Nephritis patients have IBS, they are also recommended to take foods high in fibers. However, that isn’t true for everyone. For constipation, it’s common to try a high-fiber diet of 25 grams daily for women and 38 grams for men to see if that helps. People should eat as much dietary fiber as they can tolerate. You can take:
● Plenty of fruits and vegetables
● Starchy carbohydrates, such as bread, rice, cereals and pasta.
● Some milk and dairy products like soya, rice or oat milk and yoghurts.
● Limited amounts of foods high in fats and sugars.
● Drink plenty of fluid. Water and herbal teas are recommended.
If Lupus Nephritis patients have abnormal potassium and phosphorous in blood, they may have more dietary restrictions.
Treatment for Lupus Nephritis
To alleviate symptoms from the root, the goal of treatment should be improving renal function. In that case, I recommend you to take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which can improve blood circulation and repair damaged renal tissues. Therefore, inflammation can be blocked and kidney function can be enhanced and protected. As a result, wastes and toxins in the blood can be discharged by the kidneys naturally. Then, all symptoms due to polluted blood can be completely alleviated.
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