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A Detailed Diet Plan for Parenchymal Kidney Disease

A Detailed Diet Plan for Parenchymal Kidney DiseaseParenchymal kidney disease indicates renal parenchyma is damaged. To manage patients’ problems, they are suggested to follow a kidney-friendly diet plan. If you are diagnosed with renal parenchymal disease, you are suggested to develop a healthy diet plan.

Kidney function

In addition to making urine, maintaining sodium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and some other electrolyte balance is another important kidney function. When kidney filters are damaged, patients should pay attention to their intake of these substances. In view of this, dietitians recommend these patients to pay attention to the following dietary aspects.

Dietary requirements for patients with renal parenchymal disease

1. Protein

Protein is one essential nutrition for the body, but its metabolic waste products are excreted by kidneys. When kidneys are damaged, they will lose their ability to remove these waste products and toxins timely. In view of this, excessive protein intake will increase the burden on kidneys, resulting in further kidney damage.

2. Sodium

In order to keep fluid balance, kidney patients should follow a low-sodium diet plan. Generally, these patients’ daily sodium intake should range from 1,000 to 4,000 mg. If patients have swelling or high blood pressure, their sodium intake should decline to 1,500 to 2,000mg.

3. Potassium and phosphorus

Generally, patients don’t need to restrict their potassium and phosphorus intake unless their potassium and phosphorus levels in the blood are higher than the normal. In this case, they are suggested to limit the intake of foods rich in potassium or phosphorus.

These are only some basic dietary suggestions for patients with renal parenchymal changes. Of course, the individual diet plan should depend on patients’ medical condition. If you want to get such a diet plan in detail, welcome to contact us directly.

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