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Can FSGS Patients Eat Bread

Can FSGS Patients Eat BreadAs we all known, bread as a delicious food is popular with all around the world, especially in America, bread is often regarded as breakfast with a glass of milk. But for FSGS patients, they have a question “can FSGS patients eat bread” due to their strict dietary requirements. Well, the article mainly aims at the question, please follow me to find the answer.

Bread contains protein, fat, carbohydrate and mineral substances such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, etc. And because it is easy to be digested and has many flavors, it is quite welcomed by us in our daily life. Of course, FSGS patients also can eat bread, but the following notices they should pay attention to.

1. Limit the amount of bread. FSGS patients can eat bread, but they should control the amount of bread. Because bread contains protein and fat. For FSGS patients, they should keep low fat and low but high quality protein diet. Eating bread too much has nothing benefit to FSGS patients, on the contrary, it will increase the burden of their kidneys.

2. Control the variety of bread. Now, in order to satisfy the bread-lovers’ needs, the bread makers invent diverse bread, such as white bread, brown bread, wholemeal bread, crisp bread, butter bread, etc. Due to the special condition of FSGS patients, so they should choose the right bread according to their individual condition, well white bread is a good choice for them, because it can help lower cardiovascular diseases and keep a healthy weight. While some bread are rich in fat, sugar and protein, which are bad for FSGS patients.

3. Had better not eat soft bread. Because soft bread usually contains potassium, which are easy to cause vomiting, diarrhea and nausea due to their weak condition. What is worse, eating much soft bread usually are easy to cause kidney tumor.

In a word, FSGS patients can eat bread, but they should choose the suitable bread for them and do not eat too much. If you have unclear things, please without hesitation consulting our online doctors or leaving a message below, we are here to help you.

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