Glomerulonephritis diet taboo what?

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Glomerulonephritis diet taboo what?

2017-08-21 15:57

Glomerulonephritis diet taboo what? Glomerulonephritis is a common kidney disease, diet for kidney function has a great impact, then the glomerulonephritis diet taboo what? Let the kidney disease experts to explain the following about it.

glomerulonephritis diet

Glomerulonephritis, also known as nephritis, is a common kidney disease, pided into acute and chronic two. Men are more likely to be in women. Not only to pay attention to drug treatment, but also in India, the diet pay more attention. What is the taboo of the glomerulonephritis diet?

Glomerulonephritis diet taboo

1. Protein intake according to the disease may be. If renal glomerulonephritis patients with renal insufficiency or azotemia, it should limit protein intake, and the use of milk, eggs and other high-quality protein to reduce the burden on the kidneys; if renal dysfunction is serious, need to further reduce protein intake; If not the above situation or the condition has begun to improve, and can gradually increase the protein intake.

2. Carbohydrate and fat intake can generally be without restrictions, to ensure that patients with glomerulonephritis heat sufficient supply.

3. Patients with swollen or hypertensive symptoms should be based on the disease were taken less salt, no salt or less sodium food. In addition to salt intake to control, high sodium foods should be controlled.

The above is a brief introduction to the taboo of glomerulonephritis diet, for reference only. Glomerulonephritis patients to pay more attention in the diet, so as not to aggravate the condition, affecting the treatment effect. If there is a problem with the glomerulonephritis diet, you can leave a message below and we can discuss it together.

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