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High Creatinine Diet

High Creatinine DietIf patients have high creatinine, it means they already have severe kidney damage. As we know, diet can make a significant influence on patients’ condition, and patients with severe kidney damage have strict restrictions in their diet. Thereby, many people may want to know what diet is suitable to patients with high creatinine.

The protein intake

Patients with high creatinine should be careful of their protein intake. Protein is important to body health, because it is an essential part of body cells, and it is also a major part of our immune system. On the other hand, if it is taken unreasonably, it can aggravate patients’ condition easily.

Protein can produce many metabolic wastes, which need to be excreted out by kidneys. Thereby, excess protein intake will aggravate patients’ kidney damage. But if the protein intake is not enough, it will also harm patients’ health.

The right protein intake is 0.8g/kg, and it is also suitable for patients with kidney damage, but the volume for patients should be regulated according to patients’ condition. Besides, patients should take high-quality protein, which contains eight kinds of amino acid that can not be compounded by ourselves. Foods like fish, meat, milk, egg white are perfect.

The sodium intake

Patients with high creatinine should take low amount of sodium, because it is more likely to aggravate patients’ condition.

Patients with high creatinine often have edema and hypertension. One major reason of edema is the retention of sodium and fluid, so low sodium intake can relieve this condition. Too much sodium can also cause and aggravate patients’ hypertension. The sodium intake to patients with severe edema and hypertension should be under 1gram per day, or patients with high creatinine can also have no sodium in their diet. If patients have no obvious edema and hypertension, they can take 3g~5g sodium per day.

The vitamin intake

Vitamin is important to patients with high creatinine. As we know, vitamin is essential to body’s metabolism. On the hand, enough vitamin intake can promote our body’s immunity. Thereby, patients should remember to take abundant vitamin in their diet, and they can get it from fruits and vegetables.

The caloric intake

Patients should take foods which have large amount of calory, because calory can guarantee patients’ activities. Besides, enough calory will reduce the decomposition of protein, so it can also protect patients’ kidney function. Calory can be taken from potato, peanut, chocolate, etc.

There are many other aspects that patients with high creatinine level should pay attention to, such as the water intake, the potassium intake, the phosphorus and calcium intake, etc. Patients with kidney damage often have problems in these aspects.

On the other hand, different patients have different conditions, so patients with high creatinine should plan their diet according to their doctors’ advices. Or you can consult our online experts, and we are willing to help you.

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