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Suggested Diet For IgA Nephropathy

Suggested Diet For IgA NephropathyAs we all know that a healthy diet not only plays an important role in the development of body, but also is very good for slowing the progression of IgA nephropathy. However, different country has different diet habits. If you want to know more specific suggestions depending on your own diet habits in your country, please chat with our online doctors in the dialog box in which you can type your questions directly and you must remember that it is not a robot but there is a doctor waiting for your consulting. Our doctors will reply you immediately.

Generally speaking, here are several suggested diet for IgA nephropathy:

1. Low protein intake

For IgA nephropathy patients, their kidney functions have decreased to a large degree and as a result, more nitrogenous wastes can not be excreted from the body and high levels of these wastes will burden their kidneys. Once there is less urine of IgA nephropathy patients, a series of toxicity symptoms will occur. Therefore, foods with rich protein, like meat, eggs and lean products should be avoided. Of course, protein supply can be increased gradually when illness turns better.

2. Rich vitamins

It is proved that fresh vegetables and fruits belong to alkaline food which can supply various vitamins and improve kidney function recovery effectively for IgA Nephropathy patients. But in this case, can IgA nephropathy patients eat all the vegetables and fruits freely? Of course, the answer is no. Patients with IgA nephropathy should avoid fruits and vegetables which are in rich potassium try their best. Such as banana, strawberry, tomato, potato, cucumber, cabbage, prune, grape, nuts,etc.

3. Limit water and salt

IgA nephropathy patients who have serious high blood pressure, edema, oliguria should take a diet without salt and the water intake should be limited in a range of 800ml to 1200 ml every day. Tiny amount of salt can be taken if edema disappears, high blood pressure decreases and urine increases, but should be limited within 2g-3g per day.

Of course, the above article is not absolute. It should depend on your own illness conditions. If you want to know more details about diet for IgA nephropathy, please click IgA Nephropathy Healthy Living, there have anything you want. 

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