Suggested Diet Plan for IgA Nephropathy
IgA Nephropathy, or Berger’s disease, refers to a kidney disorder featured by deposition of IgA in the kidneys. Apart from effective treatments, a reasonable diet plan can also be beneficial. Then, what is the suggested diet plan?
Low salt diet In most cases, patients with this disorder are recommended to obey a low salt diet, because it can help relieve swelling and high blood pressure. Therefore, they should stay away from foods loaded in salt, such as, bacon, salted foods, processed products, etc.
Intake of protein In right condition, kidneys can help excrete some harmful substances produced by proteins. Therefore, extra intake of protein can increase the burden of kidneys. To solve this problem, they should keep away from high quantity protein foods like bean products, nuts and so on. Besides, to meet the basic demand of the body, some high quality protein foods are also necessary. Such as, egg white, fish, milk, lean meat and so on.
Generally, the ingestion of protein foods can be 0.6-0.8g/kg per day. Remember that it should be in accordance with the illness condition. If you are interested in this, please email us your test report:firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you as early as possible.
Fresh vegetables and fruits They can take some fresh fruits and vegetables, such as, kiwi fruit, strawberry, etc. However, not all the foods are suitable for people with IgA nephropathy, as some of foods are loaded in potassium or phosphorus, which may lead to irregular heartbeat or bone diseases.
Except for the above tips, they should avoid eating spicy foods, stimulating foods, such as, shrimps, pepper, garlic, alcohol, onion and so on. Meanwhile, they should also balance work and rest and stay active.
The above are guidelines about the suggested diet plan for IgA nephropathy. For detailed information, you are welcomed to consult with our online doctor directly.
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