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Healthy eating for kidney patients

2017-03-17 20:25

Good reason to see a nutritionist
Your dietitian will promote a healthy diet that helps you maintain good nutrition and avoid problems that are inappropriate to eat
They will help you deal with overweight or obesity
Your dietitian will work with you to keep your diet flexible and stay as normal as possible
Change diet
Will support kidney patients to change demand. The following points are considered along with your test results and lifestyle:
Protein in food
Urea protein waste
Fat and carbohydrate calories. Too much weight. Not enough, the body may start to break down muscle energy needs
Mineral and salt content: sodium salt (salt) and potassium salt (salt substitutes)
Dietary calcium, phosphorus, vitamin D management, prevention of bone disease
Liquid intake, so that the body has enough, did not suffer from fluid overload
This becomes even more important in the later stages of chronic kidney disease, when the amount of urine is reduced
People of different ages and ages need different amounts.
Children and pregnant or lactating mothers need additional growth, maintenance and repair
Postoperative recovery, serious illness, poor diet, the need for more protein. Nutritional supplements can help
Suitable for foods with high protein content: meat, fish, poultry, eggs, cheese, milk, dairy products, nuts and beans (after discussion with nutritionists)
• pros and cons to limit the protein diet to relieve uremia (high levels of urea in the blood), dialysis should be discussed with your doctor and nutritionist before the start of the kidney. It is essential to monitor your nutritional intake when limiting dietary restriction. Sometimes protein intake will spontaneously reduce the need to correct
Fat (lipid)
High blood lipid levels (hyperlipidemia) are common in patients with nephropathy
Increased risk of stroke and heart disease
Blood lipid levels can be controlled by drugs
Prevention of obesity contributes to exercise, a more active, healthy diet, not smoking
Highly unsaturated fats such as corn oil, sunflower oil and olive oil than the high saturated fat, such as butter, cream, butter, suet, coconut and fat from meat and poultry
Choose lean meat to remove fat and skin from meat and poultry. Avoid processed and fat meat products like pies, sausages
A small amount of food containing butter, cream, and whole fat soft cheese
Avoid foods containing trans fatty acids (crisps, commercially prepared cookies and cakes). Including two servings of fish a week, an oily fish, such as salmon, sardines, herring. These are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids
Whole grain Cereals, from the high fiber breakfast cereals are the best
Refined carbohydrates include: candy, chocolate, cakes, pastries, biscuits, sugary drinks - these are best treated as occasional, infrequently
For those who want to gain weight, the situation is different


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