What is the Health Diet for Patients with High Creatinine Level
High creatinine level is commonly seen in people with kidney disease. For patients with high creatinin level, they need to pay special attention to their diet. For now, several patients are wondering what is the health diet for patients with high creatinine level?
What you can eat and what you can not eat? This concerns most of patients and their family members. Now, this article will explain the details for you, you also can contact our online doctor directly.
Since creatinine is byproduct of protein, you are not allowed to drink too much proteins, so as to reduce the workload of the kidneys. It does no mean that you do not eat any proteins at all, you also need to absorb high quality of proteins to have energy, such as eggs and fish.
Eating less protein may help prevent creatinine levels from going higher and preserve kidney function.
For patients with high creatinine level, swelling on body appear easily. To alleviate swelling, you need to take low sodium foods. Normally, you kidneys are responsible for removing sodium from your body. Sodium will build up in the body when your kidneys are not working well. Eating less sodium also helps you regulate blood pressure, which helps to preserve kidney function, to some extent. In order to reduce sodium intake, you need to eat less processed foods, such as chips and fast foods.
Moreover, you need to be careful for high potassium foods. When your creatinine level is high, you need to pay attention to eat less foods that are high in potassium. The diet that is high in potassium are organs, bananas, potatoes, broccol. And low potassium foods are apples, blueberries and cucumbers.
Besides which, you also need to pay attention to the foods that are high in phosphorus and low calcium. The health diets for controlling high creatinine level have been listed, if you want to know more details, please send your present condition and phone number to email@example.com .
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