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Stage 4 CKD and Diabetes Diet

diabetes,dietDiet is one of the most important treatments in managing Stage 4 CKD and Diabetes. The goal of dietary arrangement should focuses on not only reducing the workload of the kidneys and preserving any remaining kidney function, but also on maintaining normal blood sugar levels.

Chat with our online doctor if you'd like to get a personalized mean plan. The following is about foods that are acceptable and should be limited for a person with Stage 4 CKD and Diabetes.

Acceptable foods

Daily intake of cholesterol should should be less than 300mg, and the total fat intake needs to be limited to 30-35% of daily calorie intake. One's own individualized needs may vary according to specific condition. Acceptable foods include:

Foods and beverages - white bread, eggs, lean meats, cottage, poultry, cheese, water, clear diet sodas, low-cholesterol egg substitutes, and homemade tea.

Fruits and vegetables - apple, bell peppers, beets, cabbage, celery, cranberries, cucumbers, kale, strawberries, raspberries, radishes, onions, turnips, etc.

Limited foods

Milk products: buttermilk, chocolate milk, ice cream, sweetened yogurt and frozen desserts.

High protein: nuts, dried beans, reversed meats and peanut butter, cheeses.

Starches to avoid: whole-grain cereals, instant cereals, whole grain breads, potato chips, biscuit mixes, and salted crackers.

High potassium fruits and vegetables: bananas, cantaloupe, nectarines, broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, avocados, dried fruits including raisins, oranges, sunflower seeds, nuts, baked potatoes, winter squash and sweet potatoes.

The above food list is an example only. A person with Stage 4 CKD and Diabetes may include additional foods or limit some of these acceptable foods. Hence, you need to chat with your dietitian for your exact diet therapy. For more information, please leave a message in the below.

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