Whatsapp: 008615033420788

Online DoctorContact UsSite Map

IgA Nephropathy

You are here because you know someone with IgA Nephropathy. This section covers information related questions and concerns of IgA Nephropathy basics, treatments, symptoms and healthy living.

Home > Nephrotic Syndrome > Nephrotic Syndrome Healthy Liv >
Font Size A A A

Food Requirements of Nephrotic Syndrome Person

Food Requirements of Nephrotic Syndrome PersonWhen you are ill, the body needs more nutrient to recover itself. What are the food requirements of Nephrotic Syndrome person? In the following, there are some general diet guidelines. If you want to get the individual guidance, please feel free to contact online doctor or leave a message below.

The importance of food for Nephrotic Syndrome person

Food is the best cure for disease. Balanced nutrition can enhance nutrition metabolism of cells. It can also activate healthy immune genes of cells so as to increase the amounts of immune cells. With an improved immune system, your body can resistant the invading bacteria and virus and protect you from cold, infection and some other aliments.


Protein is an important component of body. You had to eat protein to maintain the normal function of body. But for Nephrotic Syndrome patients, they should restrict protein consumption to reduce protein leakage and urea production. They are also required to take high quality protein such as egg white, lean meat and fish. How much protein they should eat depends on remaining kidney function, body size, weight, etc. For children with Nephrotic Syndrome, they do not have strict protein intake, because they need a lot of protein to grow.


Nephrotic Syndrome can make the patients have severe edema. Sodium retains water in the body and raise blood pressure, so you had better restrict sodium intake. Salt, pickles, junk food, canned products and so on are all good source of sodium.


Nephrotic Syndrome patients often have high cholesterol level as well. In order to alleviate hyperlipemia, you had better reduce the intake of saturated fatty acid and choose some food high in unsaturated fatty acids, such as flaxseed oil and fish oil. Food high in soluble fiber is also beneficial.

In addition, Nephrotic Syndrome patients should supply enough carbohydrates to provide energy and rich vitamins to boost immune system. According to blood test, you may have to control the consumption of potassium and phosphorus.

Hope you can live a healthy life and get rid of Nephrotic Syndrome as early as possible.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







Kidney Disease:


Related Articles
Important information in one quick click. Related Articles on IgA Nephropathy are designed to provide accurate and timely information in a short and easy to understand format. Choose the topics of interest to you and read, print or take to your next doctor visit.

Nephrotic Syndrome: Shall I Go for Exercise for Speedy Recovery

Will Yoga Help Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Cure It Permanently

Nephrotic Syndrome Proteinuria and Swelling: Which One Should Be Treated Firstly

How Can Be out of Nephrotic Syndrome

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Only Rely on Steroids to Eliminate Proteinuria

Subscribe to Nephrotic
Healthy Living
Patient story
patient story
In our hospital, we have treated thousands of patients from 64 countries.


Latest Articles

Is Yogurt Good for IgA Nephropathy Patien

Because of its delicious taste and various health benefits, yogurt is a favorite for many people. Is ...

Learn More

Nephrotic Syndrome Caused by FSGS: How to

Question: I am suman from India. I have a 3.5 years old baby girl who is suffering Nephrotic Syndrome...

Learn More

Nephrotic Syndrome: Shall I Go for Exerci

Question: I am Nephrotic Syndrome patient, my proteinuria is 4 to 5 g with creatinine level up to 1 a...

Learn More

How Badly IgA Nephropathy Progress

Nobody wants their kidney disease to go into kidney failure, right? That is why a lot of patients car...

Learn More