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What Is the Diet for IGA Nephropathy Patient with Creatinine 1.44

What Is the Diet for IGA Nephropathy Patient with Creatinine 1.44IgA Nephropathy is a kind of chronic kidney disease, which needs a long course to bring it under control. Besides medical treatment, you should pay attention to the diet intake. Because diet provides the nutrients your body needs to maintain its normal function and speed up kidney recovery. What is the diet for IgA Nephropathy patient with creatinine 1.44?

In the early stage of IgA Nephropathy, there is only kidney inflammation, which does not affect their ability to remove creatinine from the blood. But when your kidney function declines, creatinine level gradually increases. The normal creatinine level is about 0.5-1.2 mg/dL. In different areas, it may be a little different. But creatinine 1.44 is a little higher. What you should do is to prevent further damage to the kidneys.

High quality protein

Creatinine is a waste product of meat. Meat metabolism also produces urea and worsens proteinuria, so you had better control the intake of meat. But it does not mean you should avoid meat intake. Meat is a kind of high quality protein. There are also other choices for you, such as egg white, fish and poultry without skin. 0.8g/kg protein intake is OK.

Salt

If you have high blood pressure or edema, you should limit the intake of salt. Generally speaking, the salt intake should be controlled into 3 g per day. And you had better also keep canned food, pickles and some other food high in salt away.

Fresh vegetables and fruits

Fresh vegetables and fruits can provide you with vitamins, minerals and dietary fibers, which are very good for your health. Vitamins boost immune system. In minerals, potassium lowers blood pressure, iron alleviates anemia, calcium strengthens bones, etc. Dietary fibers lower cholesterol level, ease constipation, help digestion, etc. Therefore, you should add fresh vegetables and fruits into your diet.

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