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How To Increase GFR Naturally For FSGS Patients

How To Increase GFR Naturally For FSGS Patients   What is GFR? Actually, GFR refers to the glomerular filtration rate which is an important indicator of how well your kidneys are working apart from creatinine levels. But for almost all the kidney disease patients, of course, including FSGS patients, they usually have low GFR and the lower the GFR is, the severer the illness condition is. What is more, increased GFR always indicates the gradual recovery of kidney functions. So, all the FSGS patients wonder how to increase GFR naturally for FSGS patients.

Honestly speaking, dietary changes coupled with medication is considered as the best treatment, according to the words of many kidney experts all over the world. Firstly, let us know how to increase GFR naturally for FSGS patients by diet.

Step 1

Increase the amount of water you consume unless you are on dialysis. Trade other drinks, such as soda, for water. And determine your best daily intake for fluid with your doctors or our online experts.

Step 2

Limit your sodium intake. When your kidney health is poor, extra sodium and fluid will build up in your body. Besides, sodium also raises risk for high blood pressure which can worsen FSGS patients’ condition.

Step 3

Consult your doctor to determine whether you need a low-protein diet or a high-protein diet.

Step 4

Increase the amount of fruits and vegetables you consume, thus to keep your kidney healthy.

Secondly, as a medicated treatment, here, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy is highly recommended for those who are anxious for finding a natural treatment for FSGS just now. Above all, the biggest difference compared with dialysis is that this therapy can be used to treat FSGS from its root cause-abnormal immune system and declined kidney function by a series of steps, that is anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, degradation, promoting nutritions to damaged kidneys and restoring the new immune system. After many clinical experiments, it is the best.

In a word, increase GFR for FSGS patients, there are countless treatments, but the most important is depending on which you choose. Any unclear, feel free to send an email to igacure@gmail.com or leave a message below. Best wishes!

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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