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Top 5 Foods To Avoid With IgA Nephropathy

Top 5 Foods To Avoid With IgA NephropathyGenerally speaking, everyone has two kidneys but few only has one kidney which helps control a variety of metabolic processes, including discharging waste materials from the body and controlling blood pressure. However, for IgA Nephropathy patients, when kidneys fail to work properly, they may begin to break down, leaving the body vulnerable to numerous problems, some being potentially very serious. Fortunately, you can help your kidney function with greater efficiency by adjusting your diet and avoiding specific foods. This article mainly introduces top 5 foods to avoid with IgA Nephropathy, hope can help you greatly.

1. Chocolate, Dairy and Nuts

These three foods have one unique thing in common: any of them is rich in phosphorus which is a main factor to block the absorption of calcium of our body. As we all know a lack of calcium will lead to many diseases like osteoporosis especially for elder, diabetes, malnutrition for children and arteriosclerosis. So try to remove cocoa, nuts, chocolate, dairy products and carbonated drinks out of your diet plan.

2. High oxalate foods

Limit foods high in oxalic acid, recommended by kidney experts, to avoid developing a variety of kidney stones. These foods include tofu, peanuts, oranges, beans, draft beer, concord grapes, tea, instant coffee, berries, etc.

3. Canned, Processed, Frozen and Fast foods

The kidney’s role in maintaining blood pressure is closely involved with the body’s sodium balance. So for IgA Nephropathy patients, to limit the high-sodium foods is very necessary.

4. Fruits and vegetables high in potassium

Reducing the potassium intake is very important if your kidney function drops to below 20 percent for IgA Nephropathy patients. Such as apple, banana, potato, tomato, spinach, rape, kelp, hawthorn fruit, peach, etc.

5. Animal protein

Replace red meats, fish and poultry with vegetarian sources of protein. Such as soy or legumes, combined with whole grains to form complete proteins.

Of course, the above suggestions about foods to avoid with IgA nephropathy are not absolute because the illness condition varies from individual to individual. So from now on, try to contact us by different ways, like send an email to igacure@gmail.com or leave a message below. We will reply no more than 24 hours.

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