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Is Tetley Safe to Drink for FSGS Patients

Is Tetley Safe to Drink for FSGS PatientsIs tetley safe to drink for FSGS patients? If you care about your diet, this article will be helpful for you.

Tetley has many products, such as original black tea, decaf, redbush, the blend collection, green tea, super green tea, earl grey, peppermint, camomile, etc. Different tea has different function. Generally speaking, drinking some tea regularly is good for health, but for FSGS patients, if swelling is heavy, you had better control water intake including tea, because it can make kidney condition worse. If all your medical conditions have been under control, you can drink it.

Diet restrictions for FSGS

Besides water, you had better lower protein intake, because protein intake can worsen your proteinuria and speed up glomerulosclerosis. Besides, according to your medical condition, to pay attention to potassium and phosphorus intake.

Permanent treatment for FSGS

Diet is just a part of treatment. If you really want to have a permanent control of kidney disease, you had better combine diet with proper medical treatment. Here medical treatment does not only refer to steroid treatment. Steroids can only control symptoms rather than repair kidney damage. That is why your disease comes back frequently. It is recommended to try a systemic treatment — Toxin-Removing Treatment. It is also known as Detoxification Therapy. This treatment is made up of various therapies, such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Steam Therapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Cytokine infusion therapy, ozone therapy, negative oxygen ion therapy, etc. Those therapies can work together to eliminate wastes and extra fluid from body via sweat, urine and bowel movement. It can also relieve renal inflammation to reduce proteinuria and control the disease from worsening. Moreover, it can repair kidney damage and restore renal function. After about one week’s treatment, edema will vanish. After about half month’s treatment, your proteinuria will reduce or even turn negative. After about one month’s treatment, your FSGS will be under control, and renal function will get improved.

Is tetley safe to drink for FSGS patients? It depends on your medical condition. Now you can send a copy of your lab report to igacure@gmail.com. We can help you analyze it and then give you an exact answer. And we can also give you personalized guidance on your treatment and medical treatment.

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