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What You Can And Cannot Eat With IgA Nephropathy

What You Can And Cannot Eat With IgA NephropathyThere is no doubt that a well-planed diet plays an helpful role in slowing down the progression and recovery of IgA Nephropathy. Here, you may ask: what you can and cannot eat with IgA nephropathy? Don’t worry, the suggestions are expected to be showed in the below content.

1. Be a vegetarian.

2. Limit your salt intake-to help control your blood pressure within the normal range. Besides, a low-salt diet also help remit symptoms like edema(swelling) and fluid retention for IgA nephropathy patients.

3. Have high quality protein food like egg white, lean mean, fish, milk, chicken,etc. Meanwhile, limit protein intake or they will burden your kidneys greatly.

4. Avoid beans and bean products.

5. Avoid foods that are rich in potassium, such as banana, orange, tomato,etc.

6. IgA Nephropathy patients also can not eat spicy food, seafood, beef, crabs, garlic, mutton, onions, parsley, dog meat and wine, coffee, seasoning,etc. Besides, animal livers should be avoided as well.

7. More fresh fruits and vegetables especially apple, black sesame seed and edible fungus which can help clearing internal heat and relieving hematuria.

8. Intake of adequate vitamins especially vitamin C, like green-leaf vegetables , fresh jujube, cucumber,etc.

9. In order to promote metabolism and enhance the body’s immunity, it is good for IgA nephropathy patients to have proper supply of trace elements like zinc, copper, manganese, etc.

Furthermore, after years of clinical studies, the following ten kinds of foods can not eat for IgA nephropathy patients.

1. Preserved duck egg.

2. Fermented bean curd.

3. Aginomoto.

4. Instant noodles.

5. Melon seeds.

6. Spinach.

7. Pork liver.

8. Roast beef and Mutton.

9. Pickle, Sauerkraut.

10. Deep-fried dough sticks.

According to the above detailed introduction, have you learned what you can and cannot eat with IgA nephropathy? Of course, if you still have some questions about this topic, feel free to send an email to igacure@gmail.com or chat with our online doctors for free help by typing your questions in the box once it appears in the lower right corner of screen, we are looking forward to your consulting.

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