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How to Reduce High Creatinine 7.5 With Diet

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2014-11-06 03:56

Topics: High Creatinine Level High Creatinine Level Diet

Details: My urine output has declined to 600~700ml every day, and creatinine level is 7.5 mg/dl. Can diet plan help reduce high creatinine 7.5?

Expert Answer

For healthy adults, their urine output is about 1,000~2,000 ml in 24 hours, while creatinine level ranges from 0.5 to 1.2 mg/dl. Creatinine 7.5 mg/dl has been quite higher than the normal value. In view of this, patients should reduce their creatinine level actively. During the whole treatment, a healthy diet plan plays an important role.

The basic dietary requirements to lower high creatinine 7.5 include:

- Develop a low-sodium and low-protein diet

- Limit the intake of meat

- Avoid creatine supplement

- Drink correct amount of water

- Eat more foods rich in antioxidant and unsaturated fatty acid

Developing a correct diet plan can not only reduce the formation of creatinine but also protect the remaining kidney function. Improved kidney function can stimulate kidneys to produce more urine and increase patients’ urine output.

Here, we recommend several foods that are good to reduce high creatinine 7.5. If you want to get a food list in detail, you can email to

1. Cranberry and red bell pepper: These foods are rich in antioxidant substances that can help remove free radicals and improve kidney function to some extent.

2. Cucumber and corn silk: They have the property of diuretic, so they can increase urine output and remove more waste products and toxins.

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