Nephrotic Syndrome Diet

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Diet Tips for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

2014-04-03 10:09

Diet Tips for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientsIn Nephrotic Syndrome, glomeruli can’t retain the necessary nutrients, which discharge through urine. The organism Patients need to keep a certain diet to complement the lost nutrients.

High quality protein

In early stage, patients can take some high-protein foods to complement protein in blood, while at kidney failure stage patient should keep low-protein diet, as too much protein intake will overload kidney aggravating the illness. Patient should consult a nephrologist for advice and turn to a dietitian for a diet plan. High quality protein, such as milk, eggs, fish, dry fish, chicken and lean meat is their best choice for protein intake.

Appropriate calories

Take in appropriate calorie so as to provide enough energy for the organism and avoid decomposing protein for energy supply. The more calories are from food, the fewer calories from protein. You take in enough calories to achieve and maintain your ideal body weight and protein stores. Patients should avoid high fat content food.

Stick to low-salt diet

Salt should be restricted, as sodium intake not only has bad influence on edema but also affect the blood pressure negatively. Foods purchased in boxes or cans are usually high in salt, such as hamburger helper and similar type meals.

Fat and cholesterol intake

A diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may also be recommended to help control hyperlipidemia. Avoid saturated fats and trans fats. Eat food contain omega-3 fatty acids, such as flaxseed, canola oil, olive oil and soy nuts.

Maintaining a healthy diet can also help control hypertension, edema, and high cholesterol levels. Patients should stick to a diet plan, which will help them preserve the balance of their body and protect their kidney function. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us. Our online doctor will give your professional help.

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