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A Diet Plan for Renal Parenchymal Changes with Grade 3

A Diet Plan for Renal Parenchymal Changes with Grade 3According to the degree of kidney damage, renal parenchymal changes can be divided into three grades. At grade 3, patients should pay attention to their diet plan. A healthy diet plan can help slow down the progression of renal parenchymal changes with grade 3.

In grade 3, renal parenchyma has been damaged severely, so patients should should reduce the burden on kidneys. According to the characteristics of renal parenchymal disease, patients should pay attention to the following aspects in their meal plan.

- Sodium

As we know, renal parenchyma is responsible for filtering blood and removing extra fluid. If it fails to work, excessive amount of fluid will retain in the body, leading to high blood pressure and swelling. In this case, if patients take in extra sodium, more fluid will collect in the body. In view of this, patients should follow a low-sodium diet plan.

- Protein

Kidneys are in charge of eliminating protein metabolic waste products. To reduce the burden on kidneys, patients are suggested to follow a low-protein diet plan. Generally, the daily protein intake recommendation is about 0.6g/kg body weight. Besides, patients should also take in high-quality protein such as lean meat, egg white, fish and milk.

- Potassium

In end stage, kidneys lose their ability to remove extra potassium, so patients should limit their potassium intake and avoid potassium-containing foods such as orange, banana, watermelon, and so on.

- Phosphorus

Just like potassium, phosphorus is another mineral that patients with grade 3 renal parenchymal changes should control their intake. Seafood, animal giblets, nuts, dairy products, etc, usually contain rich phosphorus, so patients should pay attention to the intake of these foods.

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