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The Best Diet Plan For IgA Nephropathy Patients

The Best Diet Plan For IgA Nephropathy PatientsThe most distressing thing for IgA Nephropathy patients is that when they are diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy, most doctors are hard to explain what is the best diet plan for IgA nephropathy patients. If you are eager to know this kind of information, please follow us and this article is bound to help you greatly.

Generally speaking, for IgA nephropathy patients, they should follow the rule “ five low and one high “, that is to say low-sodium, low-potassium, low-phosphorus, low-fat, low-protein but high quality and high vitamin ( except vitamin A ). Here, the foods of low-protein but high quality and low-sodium is the most important among them.

1. Low-sodium

For a healthy person, normally, the amount of sodium should be limited within 5-6g per day. However, as we all know too much salt can increase the water intake which is a important reason of edema or swelling occurrence, especially for IgA nephropathy patients. So for those who are suffering from edema at the same time, the right amount of sodium is 2-3g per day and meanwhile supplying enough microelements.

On the contrary, for IgA nephropathy patients, when their illness condition is controlled well without edema, high blood pressure and abnormal urine output, they are allowed to consume right amount of salt but bacon, salted fish, pickle, etc should be avoided strictly.

2. Low protein but high quality

What is high quality protein diet? This refers to animal protein which is rich in essential amino-acid, like fresh fish, milk, lean meat, egg white and so on. The following lists two options you can choose one freely added in your daily diet.

1. Morning: milk 250g

Noon: lean meat 50g

Evening: egg white 2

2. Morning: egg white 2

Noon: lean meat 100g

Evening: egg white 1

Finally, we want to say although there are many complicated matters should be paid close attention to, as long as parents and patients themselves remember and avoid by heart, can IgA nephropathy patients live a normal life soon. Any follow-up questions about the best diet plan for IgA nephropathy patients, please contact as immediately. Best wishes!

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