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Diet of Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease Patients

Diet,Bilateral Renal Parenchymal DiseaseRenal parenchymal disease means that both kidneys are scarred and damaged and have a certain kidney function decline. Diet helps slow down the progression of bilateral renal parenchymal disease.

Diet Guideline for Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease

- Low Salt Diet

- Limited intake of potassium

- Limited intake of phosphorous

- Low Protein Diet

How to take a lower Salt diet?

Sodium is found naturally in foods, but a lot of it is added during processing and preparation. Many foods that do not taste salty may still be high in sodium.

- Eat more home-cooked meals. The foods in restaurant tend to be made by more salted ingredients to improve the taste.

- Don’t use softened water for cooking and drinking since it contains added salt.

- Eliminate salty foods from your diet and reduce the amount of salt used in cooking.

- Read ingredient labels to identify foods high in sodium.

How to limit potassium food intake?

- Limit milk and milk products or replace with nondairy substitutes recommended by your dietitian.

- Leach high potassium vegetables, if including them in your diet.

- Keep an eye on serving size. Almost all foods have some potassium, so even a low potassium food can turn into a high potassium food when eaten in large amounts.

How to limit phosphorus food intake?

- Check nutrition labels for hidden phosphorus.

- If phosphorus is not listed on the nutrition label, you can sometimes determine if a product contains phosphorus by reading the list of ingredients.

- Remember to also check for phosphorus on the labels on any medicines and supplements you may take.

Hot to take a low protein diet?

- Use vegetables and grains as the main dish and meats or other high-value protein as the side dish.

- Use lower-protein foods such as rice and pasta to add bulk to a soup without adding much protein.

For more diet of Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease, you are suggested to leave a message below. Different personal conditions require different diet plan. If you happen to be a person with Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Disease, it is better for you to get a personalized diet plan to maintain a better kidney management.

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