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What Changes in Food, Habits and Lifestyle Can Bring Down Creatinine 1.7

Posted: by liangshaohua      Time: 2015-03-15 07:45

Topics: High Creatinine Level

Details: What changes in food, habits or lifestyle can bring down marginally high level of serum creatinine 1.7?

Expert Answer

Creatinine 1.7 is only a little higher than the normal, so some changes in food, habits and lifestyle do help to lower high creatinine 1.7. According to the characteristics of creatinine formation and excretion, we would like to give the following suggestions.

Changes in food

- Follow a low-salt diet plan

- Limit the intake of protein

- Drink some herbal tea with doctor's guidance

- Eat more fruits and vegetables

- Choose foods rich in antioxidant substances like vitamin C and folic acid

Changes in habits and lifestyles

- Avoid creatine supplement since creatinine is generated from creatine

- Reduce the level of physical activity

- Quit alcohol and smoking

- Reduce the times to go to public places

- Avoid excessive sexual life

These methods can help prevent serum creatinine level from increasing continuously, but they are not enough to lower high creatinine 1.7. If the patient wants to get better therapeutic effects, he or she should accept some medical therapies or medications. Leave a message to kidneyservice@hotmail.com, so we can give you more suggestions in detail.

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