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What Should FSGS Patients with High Creatinine Avoid Eating

What Should FSGS Patients with High Creatinine Avoid EatingAs long as your creatinine level is very high, it indicates that your kidneys have been damaged severely. In order not to put extra stress on your kidneys, you should pay attention to diet. What should FSGS patients with high creatinine avoid eating? After reading this article, you will find the answer.

Avoid too much meat intake

Creatinine is a waste product of muscle contraction, and to a small extent from the meat you consume. Due to kidney damage, creatinine can not be removed out of the body timely. If you want to control creatinine level, you should decrease the production of creatinine. Therefore, you had better avoid too much meat intake, especially red meat, which is good source of creatine. Cotton, beef, pork and so on are all red meat.

Avoid food high in sodium

Too much sodium intake can raise your blood pressure. High blood pressure can cause further damage to your kidneys and it can also impair your heart to threaten your life. Besides, sodium can retain fluid in body, leading to swelling. Food high in sodium includes table salt, pickles, soy sauce, cheese, bacon, etc.

Avoid food high in fat

Food high in fat can increase blood cholesterol level so as to increase your risk of heart failure. Heart failure is the most common cause of death for kidney patients, so you had better avoid food high in fat.

Different FSGS patients have different medical conditions, so their diet plans vary from one to one. For example, if your blood potassium level is high, you should avoid food high in potassium and if your blood phosphorus level is high, you should avoid food high in phosphorus.

What should FSGS patients with high creatinine avoid eating? If you would like to acquire a personalized diet plan, please send your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. After analyzing your case, our doctor will contact you. Diet can only help you control creatinine level to certain extent. If you want to lower creatinine level, you should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. Hope we can help you exclude the difficulty and anxiety. 

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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