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Diet for Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Change Grade 1

Diet for Bilateral Renal Parenchymal Change Grade 1Bilateral renal parenchymal change grade 1 indicates both kidneys’ parenchyma has been damaged. In severe condition, bilateral renal parenchymal disease will develop into kidney failure finally. A healthy diet plan can help manage related symptoms and slow down the progression of this disease.

Foods not to eat with bilateral renal parenchymal change grade 1

When kidneys are damaged, they are unable to filter blood normally. In order to preserve the remaining kidney functioning tissues and reduce the burden on kidneys, these kidney patients are suggested to avoid the following foods:

- High-sodium foods

- Food rich in incomplete protein

- High-potassium foods

- Food abundant in saturated fat

- High-phosphorus foods

- Alcohol or caffeine-containing drinks

These are only some general dietary suggestions for patients with bilateral parenchymal disease grade 1. The detailed meal plan should depend on patients’ illness condition in detail. If you want to get a food list to avoid in detail, you can leave your question in the form below or email to

Foods to eat for patients with bilateral renal parenchymal disease

Some foods are proven to be beneficial for preserving the residual kidney function, providing enough nutrients for the body, and alleviating related symptoms.

- High-quality protein foods such as fish, lean meat, egg white, etc

- Foods rich in unsaturated fatty acids like fish oil and flaxseed oil

- Foods with antioxidant property, and vitamin C is one common antioxidant substance

- Low-sodium foods

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A healthy diet plan can help fight against renal parenchymal disease to some extent, while a wrong meal plan may worsen patients’ kidney condition or overall health condition easily. If you want to live a more healthy life, you can contact us. We are glade to help you.

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