High Creatinine level is commonly seen in kidney disease patients but the fact is that many patients have no idea how to normalize high creatinine level. In our daily life, diet plays an important role in reducing lower GFR. If left untreated, high creatinine level can cause more serious condition. Well then, is there any vitamins to help reduce elevated high creatinine level?
Creatinine is the metabolites of muscles and the meat products we eat. Normally, extra creatinine level should be discharged from the body. If the kidney inherent cells are damaged, the kidney is unable to work well. Then, the renal function of expelling toxin will decline. Consequently, extra creatinine level will build up in the body and high creatinine level will occur.
Actually, a scientific and proper diet can lower high creatinine level to some extent. Nephrologists in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, China suggest that high creatinine level patients should take much food with vitamins, such as vitamin A, vitamin B, etc. Because these vitamins not only can supply the trace elements of the body, but also can promote the metabolic function of kidneys. But what I want to emphasize is that giving up smoking and drinking are very important, because alcohol and tobacco will lead to high blood pressure and damage your kidneys. All in all, vitamins intake can help patients to get command of high creatinine level.
In addition to the mentioned above, patients with high creatinine level should be pay attention to the following things.
1. Control intake of sodium and fluid
Some kidney disease patient may suffer from high blood pressure and swelling or edema, in this time, patients should control intake of sodium and fluid so as to control the progression of illness condition.
2. Control protein intake
Too much protein will cause a bad damage to your kidney function. You can choose some food with high-quality protein food such as milk, egg white, lean meat and so on.
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