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Diet plan plays an important role in keeping our overall health, the same as to patients with CKD Stage 3. A person with stage 3 kidney disease has a moderate decreased of glomerular filtration rate. If kidney function drops persistently, dialysis or kidney transplant may be recommended to you. Well then, what diet is good for patients for reversing dialysis early?
According to Glomerular Filtration Rate, kidney disease is divided into five stages. As for Stage 3 CKD patients, they begin to suffer from some obvious symptoms due to the moderate decline of renal function. Without any treatment, the illness condition will progress into Kidney Failure which need to depend on dialysis to sustain the life. In order to prevent the condition and reduce the kidney’s burden, stage 3 kidney disease patients are generally recommended to have the following dietary principles.
Low amount but high-quality protein diet
Patients with kidney damage are prone to have protein in urine, high urea level, etc. For the damaged kidneys, too much protein will increase the kidneys’ burden, leading to the secondary kidney damage. But high-quality protein will not produce extra wastes like urea and do not damage the kidney. Therefore, low amount but high-quality protein diet is very important.
Proper amount of vitamins intake
Vitamins are necessary nutrition in our body. Due to low immunity, patients will become more and more weak. Therefore, patients should eat more fruits and vegetables which are rich in vitamins.
A low-salt diet
Swelling on the body can be occur in the stage. In addition, high blood pressure also can be on leading cause of kidney damage. A low salt diet can be helpful for relieving water-retention and swelling.
Other requirements should also depend on patients’ illness condition. All in all, to avoid dialysis in the early time, what you eat should focus on protecting renal function and repairing renal function. To know more available info, just leave a message below or email to firstname.lastname@example.org