What are the dietary taboos in patients with IgA nephropathy

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What are the dietary taboos in patients with IgA nephropathy

2017-04-03 11:05

IgA nephropathy diet taboo

IGA nephritis patients should eat light digestible food, taboo seafood, beef, mutton, spicy food, alcohol and all stimulating foods. Such as: spiced aniseed, coffee, coriander etc. (especially IGA nephritis patients with deficiency of Yin should pay attention to the taboo in the diet, that yin deficiency is mainly as follows: red tongue, full pulse, night sweats, dry stool, blood urine disease); but hot food if suitable for IGA nephritis patients with deficiency of Yang. Yang deficiency symptoms such as: pale?tongue?with?whitish?fur, deep pulse, cold limbs cold body, dilute excrement.

Patients with IGA nephropathy diet should eat fresh vegetables and fruit, properly drinking water, taboo all kinds of supplements, tonic and easy to get angry foods such as chili, litchi, chocolate etc.. Especially the internal heat due to yin deficiency such as purple tongue and pulse delay, chest tightness, abdominal distension and blood stasis patients should keep in mind the IgA nephropathy taboo food.

What are the dietary taboos in patients with IgA nephropathy

IGA nephritis patients with severe edema should avoid or limit the amount of salt, protein foods, less drinking water. If the dropsy is not heavy, can have low salt diet; no edema did not limit drinking water and protein foods; patients with microscopic hematuria and easy to get angry drink more water, eat more apples, white sugar, black sesame, fungus and other foods nourishing yin and descending fiery.

IGA nephritis and uremia patients with hyperkalemia should not eat high potassium foods such as bananas, citrus, potatoes, tomatoes, pumpkin, tea, soy sauce, monosodium glutamate; while patients with low serum potassium are on the contrary. IGA nephritis with high hematuria acid, especially taboo to eat animal offal, fish and shrimp and clams, beer, mushrooms, beans, spinach.

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