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What Type of Food We Can Provide for IgA Nephropathy Patients with Creatinine 4.2

What Type of Food We Can Provide for IgA Nephropathy Patients with Creatinine 4.2In order to protect your kidneys, we should pay attention to what we eat and drink. For kidney patients, renal-friendly diet can help slow down the progression to kidney failure. What type of food we can provide for IgA Nephropathy patients with creatinine 4.2?

Creatinine 4.2 is much higher than the normal level (0.5-1.2 mg/dL). And it means you are in CKD stage 3. Here are some general diet guidelines for IgA Nephropathy patients in stage 3. Because there is no one eating plan that is right for everyone and what you can or cannot eat will change over time, depending on how much kidney function you have and other factors, like having diabetes. Therefore, if you would like to acquire a personalized diet, please consult a dietitian.

First, you should pay attention to the intake of protein.

Creatinine is the waste product of meat protein. Reducing the intake of meat helps lower creatinine level. But you should eat 0.6 g/kg high quality protein to satisfy the need of your body. Egg white, lean meat and poultry without skin all belong to such kind of protein.

Second, you should pay attention to the intake of water.

If you do not have edema, drinking water helps creatinine discharge from the body so as to lower creatinine level. But if you have edema, you should restrict the intake of water.

Third, you should pay attention to the intake of salt.

If you have edema and high blood pressure, you should limit the intake of salt and sometimes salt should be avoided, because salt can retain water in the body and it can also raise blood pressure.

Fourth, you should pay attention to the intake of vitamins.

Moderate intake of vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin B2 and vitamin C helps boost immune system and helps your body fight against infection, cold and other aliments. Fresh vegetables and fruits are all good source of vitamins.

Kidney manages creatinine level well unless more than 50 % kidney function loses. Importance should be attached to how to protect the remaining kidney function and how to repair the damaged part. In our hospital, we have many particular medicines and therapies. With the help of online doctor, you can get the corresponding information.

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