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What Kind Of Food Is Suitable For FSGS With High Creatinine

What Kind Of Food Is Suitable For FSGS With High CreatinineNo matter you are just diagnosed with FSGS or have experienced it for a long time, creatinine level is commonly talked about by your doctors and nurses because it’s increase is a red flag that your kidney function is decreasing day by day. As the creatinine level increases, levels of potassium, phosphorus and other nutritions often become abnormal as well. So, FSGS patients usually are required to pay close attention to every food consumed in the daily life. In this case, you may ask : what kind of food is suitable for FSGS with high creatinine? Don’t worry, the following is bound to tell you the answer.

1. Low protein foods

FSGS patients with high creatinine often need to change the amount of protein they consume. The purpose mainly aims at to slow down the progression of FSGS and minimize symptoms of having more nitrogenous wastes in the blood. Animal proteins are most contributory, such as red meat, chicken and pork.

2. Low-potassium foods

FSGS patients with elevated creatinine often have high level of potassium as their kidneys become less able to remove potassium from the blood. So low-potassium foods are very necessary. Kidney nutritionists suggest that adults with elevated potassium should limit their intake less than 2000 to 3000 mg.

3. Low phosphorus foods

Phosphorus is often a problem for FSGS patients with high creatinine level. In this case, your nephrologist will suggest a low phosphorus diet. Some high-phosphorus foods like chocolate, beer, dried beans, milk products and lentils should be avoided strictly.

Honestly speaking, there is no a certain answer of what kind of food is suitable for FSGS with high creatinine on earth. You had better to adjust the dietary plan regularly based on your lab results, blood pressure, symptoms and other metrics. If you need any help and want to get more suggestions about a proper diet, please contact us by emailing to igacure@gmail.com or leaving a message below, we will reply you soon after careful analysis.

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