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For Diabetic Nephropathy patients, persistent high creatinine level is an indicator of kidney damage. Well, what can be done to lower creatinine level? The following methods may be helpful:
Creatine or creatinine is mainly found in animal products, so a vegetarian diet can reduce the dietary source of creatinine. And the protein requirement of the body can be met with egg whites, chicken and vegetables containing protein, such as lettuce, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower and sprouts. However, some of these vegetables may high in potassium, so patients with high potassium level should more be cautious.
Avoid strenuous exercises
Creatinine is a by-product of creatine, which provides energy for muscles. When people do strenuous exercise, the by-product of creatine---creatinine will increase. But patients still have to do exercise. Some mild exercises, like walking and Tai Chi, are good for patients to enhance their immunity.
Drink more water
When our body gets dehydrated, the creatinine levels tend to increase. Drinking more water can increase the frequency of urination, and as a result, more creatinine can be flushed out of the body. If there are severe swelling and high blood pressure, they should drink less water.
Ketosteril has a significant effect on lowering creatinine level. What’s more, when it combines with low-protein diet, it can reduce the producing of urea, and at the same time satisfies patients’ nutritional status. Therefore, Ketosteril is quite suitable for the patients with Diabetic Nephropathy, especially those caused by Type 2 Diabetes.
Blood pollution therapy
This therapy, combining western medicine and Chinese medicine, has an effective effect on removing toxins and restoring the kidney lesion. Once the kidney lesion gets repaired, the kidney function will elevate and the creatinine level will decline. If you are interested in this therapy, you can email us email@example.com.
Follow the above advice, and you can make a different on lowering your creatinine level. Any help? Please contact with our online doctors.