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Diet for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients to Lower Creatinine Level

Diet for Nephrotic Syndrome Patients to Lower Creatinine LevelNephrotic Syndrome is a chronic disease. In the long-term treatment course, we should not only depend on medicine. We should know that diet also plays an important role in treating disease, especially when your creatinine level rises. In the following, we will discuss about diet for Nephrotic Syndrome patients to lower creatinine level. Hope it can help you.

Control protein intake

Creatinine is a waste product of protein, especially animal protein. Thus you should limit protein intake. Restricted protein intake can also help you lower urea level and reduce protein leakage. But it does not mean you should avoid protein intake. Our body needs protein to maintain its function. High quality protein, such as egg white and lean meat is preferred.

Drink moderate fluid

Creatinine level is passed out of the body with urine. Fluid intake increases urine output so as to lower creatinine level. But if you have severe edema, you should limit fluid intake. In the article How to Calculate Fluid Intake for A Nephrotic Syndrome Patient, you can learn more information about fluid intake for Nephrotic Syndrome. Besides, you can drink herbal tea, such as nettle leaf and dandelion. They can revitalize kidney function and lower creatinine level.

Supplement vitamins

Nephrotic Syndrome patients should also supplement moderate vitamins. Fresh vegetables and fruits are great source of vitamins. Vitamins can neutralize free radicals in your body so as to prevent their damage to your body. They can also strengthen immune system so as to help you fight against kidney disease. When your kidney function improves, creatinine level comes down.

There are also other diet restrictions, such as potassium intake, phosphorus intake, etc. Different kidney patients may have different diet plans. Now we have learned some information about diet for Nephrotic Syndrome patients to lower creatinine level. For more information, please leave a message or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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