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How to Eat with Diabetic Nephropathy: Alcoholic, Fast Food, Salad

Diabetic Nephropathy,alcoholic,fast foodIf you have diabetic nephropathy, it doesn’t mean boring diet choice. With the help of planning ahead, you still have thousands of foods to allow you to enjoy delicious meals.

Alcoholic Beverages

Many diabetic nephropathy patients are suggested to avoid alcohol, for it may increase the risk of acute kidney function decline. However, every medical condition is different. If you are diabetic nephropathy, you are suggested:

- Moderation and blood sugar testing is key if you plan to consume alcohol.

- Avoid alcoholic beverages when your blood glucose is below 80 mg/dl or you have hypoglycemic symptoms (which can continue 8-12 hours after consumption of alcohol).

- Alcohol can cause high blood glucose levels due to excess carbohydrate intake from a mixer (such as fruit juice) in a cocktail.

Fast Food

Most fast food contains rich sodium or rich sugar, so you are suggested to check out nutrition information before you begin your order.

- Fast food is often high in trans fat, saturated fat, sodium & calories.

- The average fast-food meal can = 1000 calories or higher & can raise your blood sugar above your target range.

- You're having fast-food for one meal, include healthier foods in your other meals to maintain balance.

- Chicken & fish can be smart choices, but not if they're breaded & deep fried .


- Salad dressings can be high in carbs & may not have a food facts label available. It's easy to overindulge. Keep far away from dressings.

- Manage a well portion control. Take vegetables and avoid add-ons, which may be mixed with fillers and extra fat. For example, croutons and excess proteins should be avoided by diabetic nephropathy patients.

Diet plays a role as important as medicine does. Healthy foods are the basis of living a better life with diabetic nephropathy. If you want to know more, please feel free to leave a message below.

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