Eat Right When Your Kidneys Are Failing.

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Each stage of chronic kidney disease has different nutritional needs and should therefore be closely monitored to slow down kidney deterioration. Be careful when eating food in the following 6 groups.

1) Meat 

  • High quality protein source that is better used by the body and causes less waste to build up in the blood than plant protein. 
  • Eating too much protein will have negative effects. It causes the kidneys to deteriorate faster and cause a buildup of waste products. 
  • Eating too little protein can lead to loss of muscle mass. สมัคร ufabet The immune system is getting worse. Can increase the risk of death 
  • People with chronic kidney disease should receive guidance from their nutrition team to make appropriate meat choices.

2) Rice and flour

  • An important source of energy in patients with kidney disease. If the body receives enough energy, it will help prevent the breakdown of muscle mass. 
  • Starchy foods contain different amounts of protein. This may make it difficult for patients with kidney impairment stages 3 – 5 to limit protein intake. Patients should be educated in choosing the correct starch group and the appropriate use of protein-free starches, such as vermicelli, Shanghai noodles, and sago, in order to provide the most effective treatment for kidney impairment.

3) Fat 

  • Choose fats that are high in unsaturated fatty acids. (High in saturated fat, found in oil and animal skins. animal oil, etc.)
  • Eat fats that are good for the heart, such as olive oil, canola oil, rice bran oil, sunflower seed oil, etc.

4) Vegetables and fruits 

  • Very important source of minerals But when the kidneys lose the ability to balance certain mineral salts. Choosing to eat fruits and vegetables that are low in minerals is therefore very important for treatment. 
  • The type of fruits and vegetables you should eat depends on your blood levels of potassium, magnesium, calcium and sodium. 
  • Eating the right fruits and vegetables reduces the need to use antacids and prolongs the time required for dialysis.

5) Salt 

  • source of sodium 
  • Eating too much salt causing more sodium than necessary High blood pressure Edema occurs Therefore, you should limit your sodium intake to no more than 2,000 milligrams per day, or equivalent to 1 teaspoon of salt. In general, unseasoned natural foods already contain sodium, so you should not eat salt or sauces that contain sodium more than a day. 1,000 – 1,200 milligrams (Examples of condiments with a sodium content of 400 milligrams include 1/4 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of fish sauce, 1 teaspoon of soy sauce, 1 tablespoon of oyster sauce, 2 tablespoons of ketchup or chili sauce, etc.)

6) Water

  • People whose kidneys have decreased ability to excrete urine need to limit the amount of water they drink to prevent edema and lung flooding. 
  • The amount of water you should drink each day includes all types of liquid food and beverages, such as water, soup, fruit juice, vegetable juice, etc.