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Can IgA Nephropathy Patients Lower Creatinine Levels with Cranberry Juice

Can IgA Nephropathy Patients Lower Creatinine Levels with Cranberry JuiceWith the development of IgA Nephropathy, creatinine level may gradually increase. Though some medications have effect on lowering creatinine levels, they have side effects. In fact, reasonable diet can also help you control creatinine level to certain extent. Cranberry juice is widely acknowledged as a healthy juice. Can IgA Nephropathy patients lower creatinine levels with cranberry juice?

Cranberry juice is good for IgA Nephropathy patients with high creatinine level.

Creatinine is the waste product of protein, from this point of view, we can see that cranberry juice will not increase creatinine, because cranberry juice does not contain creatine. In addition, cranberry juice is diuretic, which can increase the urine flow. With urine, more creatinine can be discharged out of body so as to lower creatinine level.

Cranberry juice has other health benefits for IgA Nephropathy. For example, to prevent urinary tract infections, to improve cardiovascular health, to sooth inflammation, to boost immunity, to prevent kidney stones, etc.

Therefore, IgA Nephropathy patients can drink moderate cranberry juice. However, too much of this juice can lead to an upset stomach, diarrhea and elevated blood sugar levels. It can also interfere with medication, especially heart medicines. In order to make full use of cranberry juice, you had better consult your dietitian about the recommended dosage of the juice.

Other ways to lower creatinine level for IgA Nephropathy patients

Besides cranberry juice, you should also pay attention to the other diet intake. Because protein especially meat is packed with creatine, which can be broken into the creatinine, it is better for you to restrict the intake of meat. Moreover, you can drink some herbal tea, such as nettle leaf tea to lower creatinine.

Diet can help you lower creatinine level, but it is not the fundamental way. You should repair the damaged kidneys and improve kidney function. In our hospital, we have many particular therapies, such as Immunotherapy and Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. If you are interested in our treatment, please contact online doctor.

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