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Is Crab Meat Good for Nephrotic Syndrome Child

Is Crab Meat Good for Nephrotic Syndrome ChildFor Nephrotic Syndrome patients, they have many diet restrictions, because improper diet can cause further damage to the kidneys. Crab meat is packed with rich nutrients, such as protein, calcium, iron, phosphorus, vitamins and so on. Is crab meat good for Nephrotic Syndrome child? Go on reading to learn more information.

Crab meat is not recommended to Nephrotic Syndrome child.

Massive proteinuria is a typical symptom of Nephrotic Syndrome. Though a lot of protein leaks into urine, it does not mean you should supplement plenty of protein, because too much protein intake can put extra stress on kidneys so as to speed up kidney failure and worsen proteinuria. Therefore, Nephrotic Syndrome patients should limit the intake of protein, but there is no need for child patients to limit protein, because they need large quantity of protein to grow. Crab meat is great source of protein, but according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, crab is a kind of stimulating food, which can not only cause indigestion, but also exacerbate the disease.

What to eat for Nephrotic Syndrome child?

Different Nephrotic Syndrome children have different medical conditions, so there is not a diet plan that is suitable for all patients. Generally speaking, Nephrotic Syndrome patients should follow a low protein, low salt, low fat and high vitamin diet. But for child, protein restriction is unnecessary.

Is crab meat good for Nephrotic Syndrome child? From the above, we can see that Nephrotic Syndrome child has better restrict crab meat, in case that it speeds up kidney failure. Besides diet, you should pay attention to other aspects of healthy lifestyle, such as exercise and emotion, which are all good for children to recover from Nephrotic Syndrome. If you would like to know more information about Nephrotic Syndrome healthy living, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com. Our doctors will reply you later.

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