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Good Diet for FSGS Patients to Control the Inflammation

Good Diet for FSGS Patients to Control the InflammationQuestion: I have FSGS and want to know a good diet to control the inflammation. I have done the keto diet and have had much success with rising my creatinine and albumin, but my protein in the urine has always been a challenge for me.

Answer: Proteinuria is a common clinical manifestation of FSGS. Persistent presentation or non-remission of proteinuria clinically indicates that chronic renal inflammation keeps on progressing, the end result of which is end-stage renal disease (ESRD). And then you may have to maintain your life by dialysis or kidney transplant. The most distinctive characteristic of oud hospital is to cure proteinuria so as to stop the disease from developing to ESRD and avoid dialysis and kidney transplant.

The root cause of proteinuria is the accumulation of excess substances in body that cause chronic renal inflammation and damage glomerular epithelicial cell structure. The excess substances include hyperlipidemia, hyperglycemia, hyperuricemia, various extrinsic antigens, drug residuals, heavy metals, etc. Where those substances come from? It is from the massive nutrients you ingest in the daily and harmful substances not excreted out of body. Therefore, it is good for you to adjust your diet. Here we recommend you to follow a 5-low and 1-high diet. That is low protein, low salt, low fat, low potassium and low phosphorus, and high vitamin. The detailed diet plan should be made according to your condition. Now you can send a copy of your lab report to us. After analyzing it, we will give you a reply.

As to the proteinuria treatment, we recommend you to try Detoxification Therapy. It can help you solve the blood problems via three aspects, namely dissolving toxins, dispelling toxins and discharging toxins. After treatment, your proteinuria will decrease or even turn negative. Swelling will vanish. Because triggering factors are removed thoroughly, your disease won’t relapse any more.

Diet is only a partial of FSGS treatment. To control the renal inflammation, you should combine it with proper medical treatment. If you can not find out such a treatment in the local, welcome to our hospital. We will do our best to help you. Now you can leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com to get in touch with our renal experts.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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