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Stage 4 CKD Diet Plan in 2015

2015-09-14 16:22| Font Size A A A

Stage 4 CKD Diet Plan in 2015Patients with Stage 4 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) has so severe kidney damage that they are told to make full preparation for dialysis. In 2015 year, it is possible to avoid dialysis treatment if you obey the following Diet Plan combined with our unique Treatments. Now, let’s see CKD Stage 4 diet plan in 2015.

When you suffer from chronic kidney disease, nutritional management is an essential part of your treatment plan. Depending on severity of kidney damage, your recommended diet may change over time. Any questions, free to contact with our Online Doctor or email to For patients with stage 4 kidney disease, basically, nutrition should contain:

- Low amount of table salt

- Low amount of protein

- Sufficient Calories

- Low amounts of phosphate

In predialysis stages of chronic kidney disease it is advisable to reduce your daily protein intake substantially compared to your familiar diet. High amounts of protein would damage the nephrons in your kidneys, increase the appearance of uremic symptom, and enhance the progression of kidney disease. Hence, patients should be limited to the recommended intake of 0.7-0.8kg/ideal body weight.

Controlling salt intake are also very essential for patients, especially when they suffer from hypertension (High Blood Pressure) and edema (Swelling). In the stage, the recommended salt intake is 0.3g at most.

The intake of a sufficient amount of energy is very important for health and well-being. Eating insufficient calories can make you feel weak and lose weight. In general, your dietary energy intake should be:

-35kcal/kg body weight/day if you are younger than 60 years.

-30-35kcal/kg/body weight/day if you are 60 years or older.

In addition, you should reduce the intake of phosphate because high blood phosphate levels may cause itching and may result in losing calcium from your bones. And it is useful to reduce the intake of potassium too, as high potassium level in your blood may cause potassium and irregular heartbeat.

On the basis of reasonable diet therapy, you can try our natural treatments from Traditional Chinese Medicine like Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Immunotherapy, etc. They contribute to improving renal function fundamentally.

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