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What Are The Foods Prohibited For IgA Nephropathy Patients

What Are The Foods Prohibited For IgA Nephropathy PatientsNot only medicated treatment, diet therapy also plays an important role in controlling the condition of IgA Nephropathy. From this point, knowing what are the foods prohibited for IgA nephropathy patients is very necessary. Now, follow us to find the answer.

1. High phosphorus and calcium foods

Kidney is one of the most important organs in our body in helping keep the balance of electrolytes and minerals. However, this goal will not be achieved in patients with kidney disorders, such as IgA nephropathy. In view of this, they are suggested to minimize intake of foods rich in phosphorus and calcium, even potassium.

2. High cholesterol foods

For patients whose cholesterol level is much higher than the normal range, it is advised to ditch high cholesterol foods which are given below:

Fast foods that include cheese hamburger

Dairy products like ice-cream, margarine and butter

Fried foods such as french fries, cookies and crackers

Egg yolk

Processed meat such as sausages and lamb

3. Salty foods

It is a well known fact that salt attracts water, which means excess salt causes your body to retain more water. In this case, kidneys are difficult to regulate and remove excess water, especially for IgA nephropathy patients. Therefore, a wide variety of salty foods like popcorns, pork rinds, potato chips, canned foods, pickles and salted nuts should be avoided.

4. Foods rich in protein

According to many clinical studies, moderate protein intake can definitely help preserve renal function. Foods such as sprouts, legumes, egg white, lean meat, dry fish and pulses are a rich source of proteins but should be consumed in moderation.

Actually, in addition to the above four points, there are still some other suggestions about what are the foods prohibited for IgA nephropathy patients. Besides, all of this vary from individual to individual because different people have different conditions. If you want to get some personalized suggestions just depend on your own condition, please contact us whether by sending an email to igacure@gmail.com or leaving a message below, we are very glad to help anyone in difficulties.

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