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I Have FSGS, What Do I Need To Avoid

I Have FSGS, What Do I Need To AvoidWelcome to see the article, if you are a FSGS patient, we are very glad you pay attention to your illness condition. In fact, FSGS is an autoimmune disease. Once diagnosed with FSGS, almost all the patients have a question, “I have FSGS, what do I need to avoid”. Next, we will answer the question in detail.

In daily life, FSGS patients need to pay attention to many things. As following:

Above all, diseases enter by the mouth. the diet is the basis of all medicine treatment. So the FSGS patients must design a reasonable and healthy diet according to their specific condition.

1. Low-sodium. As we all know, the sodium is the main ingredient of salt, so we should limit the salt intake, the FSGS patients should eat no more than 6g every day.

2. Low-fat. It is well known that the food rich in fat is difficult to digest, due to FSGS patients’ specific condition,they should eat the food easy to be digested. That is to say, the fast food and restaurant food is unsuitable for the FSGS patients.

3. Low-quantity and high quality protein. Because limiting the protein intake can reduce the burden of your kidney, you can eat the food rich in high quality protein properly, such as lean meat, milk, white egg, fish and so on.

4. Proper vitamin and mineral substance. You can get enough vitamin and mineral substance from fresh vegetables and fruits.

5. Avoiding raw or cold, spicy food.

6. Avoiding drinking and smoking. Because there are many toxins that can damage your kidney.

Except diet, in daily life, you also need to avoid overwork and prevent cold or infection, because all of them will lower your resistance.

In addition, you should avoid bad mood, such as sad, angry, etc. Good mood can slow down the progress and reduce the rate of relapse of the disease. Finally, exercise regularly will improve your resistance too.

Now, you should have a rough idea of the question “I have FSGS, what do I need to avoid”. We believe if you pay close attention to every detail and avoid above mentioned in your daily life, you will alleviate the pain due to the FSGS in a great degree. If you have any other question about FSGS, please without any hesitation leaving your message below or sending your email to igacure@gmail.com, we will reply you in the first place.

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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