Polycystic Kidney Disease is a genetic disease, we can not cure it from root, but we can control our the development of the disease through the timely reatment and healthy lifestyle, especially for the scientific diet. Somtime, the diet is better than the medicines in treating the symptoms or complications and it can prolong life expectancy at different degree.
1. Kidney disease patients should limit the protein intake, but with the proper protein intake, patients should manage to eat the high quality protein foods, such as milk, eggs, lean meat, fish and so on. When the physical condition became better and the urine volume more than 1000ml every day, patients can increase the protein intake which should be not more than 0.8g / kg.
2. PKD patients with edema and high blood pressure should keep a low salt and low sodium diet, which means that the salt intake everyday should less than 3g and the soybean sauce intake should keep in 10~15ml. And the foods that are rich in salt should be avoided such as pickles, salted eggs, pidan, brawn, seafood and so on; high sodium foods include ferment powder, alkaline pastry, biscuit, vermicelli and so on.
3. When PKD patients suffer from less urine or anuria and the potassium is higher than normal, they should limit some high potassium foods, such as yellow bean sprouts, leek, leeks, celery, cauliflower, XuChun, spinach, winter bamboo shoot, bamboo shoots, lily, dry red, fresh mushrooms, seaweed, pickle, sichuan and spiced cabbage, mushrooms, apricots, lotus root, sorghum, corn, lentils, tomato, towel gourd, etc.
4. Because of the low potassium diet, patients eat less fruits and vegetables, at the same time, the vitamins intake also become insufficient. So patients should take multivitamins, especially for the vitamin C which is helpful for antiallergic response.
Now here are some diet tips for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients, we really hope that you can enjoy a longer life expectancy. And if you want to know more about PKD diet or treatment for PKD, you can contact our online doctors or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will reply you as soon as possible.tag: Polycystic Kidney Disease Diet
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