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Children's nephrotic syndrome diet considerations

2017-11-19 17:35

Nephrotic syndrome is the existence of this disease affects the health of patients, this disease is susceptible to the crowd is very large, especially children, after suffering from the disease, should pay attention to scientific treatment, while paying attention to diet, then, kidney disease Syndrome patients how to diet?

1. Nephrotic syndrome should pay attention to protein intake Diet Balance: Nephrotic syndrome patients often negative nitrogen balance, such as intake of high-protein diet. It is possible to switch to a positive nitrogen balance. If there are enough calories and proteins in the diet of patients with nephrotic syndrome, high protein intake in patients with nephrotic syndrome will lead to an increase in proteinuria and aggravate the extent of glomerular damage. Therefore, the protein intake should be based on the need to maintain the body intake, and to high-quality protein-based, such as fish, meat, milk, eggs and so on.

Nephrotic syndrome should be light diet appropriate: nephrotic syndrome patients during high-dose hormone therapy or nephrotic syndrome edema should be given a low-salt diet.

3. Nephrotic syndrome diet should be taboo: should limit the stimulation of the kidneys of food, such as pepper, mustard, etc .; should choose high-calorie foods rich in vitamins A, C (non-sugar foods); for severe edema , And oliguric nephrotic syndrome patients should be appropriate to limit water intake.

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