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A Healthy Diet for Diabetics with High Creatinine Level

A Healthy Diet for Diabetics with High Creatinine LevelDiabetes is one disease that attacks many other organs easily, if uncontrolled effectively. Kidneys are potential organs involved in diabetes easily. Most often, high creatinine level just indicates kidneys have been damaged. In this case, a healthy diet is necessary for diabetics with high creatinine level.

According to characteristics of diabetic kidney disease, we give out several suggestions.

1. Avoid high-sugar foods

The key to treat diabetics with high creatinine level is to control patients’ blood sugar. Since high creatinine level means kidneys are damaged by diabetes, we can know diabetics’ blood sugar isn’t managed very well. Therefore, patients should control their sugar intake strictly.

Granulated sugar, soft drinks, candies, dried fruits, cakes, etc, all contains too much sugar, so diabetics should stay away from them.

2. Develop a low-protein diet

When kidneys are impaired, extra protein can increase kidneys’ workload. Therefore, it is necessary for diabetics with high creatinine level to follow a low-protein diet. Additionally, high-quality protein is recommended.

Fish, pure milk, egg white, lean meat, etc, belongs to high-quality protein, so patients can eat recommended amount of these foods every day.

3. Manage the intake of sodium

No matter whether diabetics have kidney disease, they should arrange a low-sodium diet for reducing the risk of high blood pressure and fluid retention. Normally, a low-sodium diet ranges from 1,000 mg to 4,000 mg.

For this reason, canned foods, salty condiments, processed foods, salty drinks, bacons, etc, should be limited or even avoided.

4. Get rid of creatine supplements

Creatinine is generated from creatine during muscular metabolism. When kidneys fail to filter out waste products, creatine supplements will increase the build up of creatinine in the blood. This can worsen patients’ condition directly.

The above are some general dietary suggestions for diabetics with high creatinine levels. To get individual advices, you need to have a further talk with our doctor online.

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