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Good Balanced Indian Diet for Diabetic Nephropathy

Good Balanced Indian Diet for Diabetic NephropathyThere are over a billion people in India, so the number of patients with Diabetic Nephropathy is quite big. A healthy diet plan is helpful to manage Diabetic Nephropathy. What type of Indian diet is good for Diabetic Nephropathy patients?

India is one country with long history, so nearly all foods common in the world can be found in India. Of course, it also has some unique foods or condiment such as curry, jalebi, pani puri, and so on. Faced by so many delicious foods, patients with Diabetic Nephropathy should choose what to eat carefully.

To develop a kidney-friendly diet plan, patients should pay attention to the intake of protein, sodium, potassium, phosphorus and fat. If kidney disease is caused by diabetes, sugar should be taken account.

What about protein?

Protein can be found in two kinds of foods: A large amount of protein comes from animal source including fish, milk, beef, chicken, poultry, shrimp, eggs, dairy products, and so on. A small amount of protein comes from plant source such as breads, grains, vegetables and fruits. All of these foods can be found in India. According to patients’ illness condition, doctors will determine which type and how much protein they should eat.

What about sodium?

In India, many foods are quite salty, so Diabetic Nephropathy patients should avoid these foods. Also, their sodium intake should range from 1,000 to 4,000 mg every day. If they have high blood pressure or swelling, their sodium intake should decline to 2,000 to 3,000 mg one daily.

What about potassium and phosphorus?

If kidneys can eliminate extra potassium and phosphorus from the body, patients don’t need to control their intake. Otherwise, they should limit their intake of potassium and phosphorus.

What about sugar?

In order to control high blood sugar and prevent the aggravation of diabetic nephropathy, patients should avoid sugar completely.

The detailed Indian diet plan for patients with Diabetic Nephropathy should depend on patients’ illness condition. To get an individual diet plan, you can leave your illness description to the message board below.

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