High Creatinine Level is indeed a common symptom for patients with Kidney Failure or kidney disease. How to lower its level also becomes the common concerned question among patients. Here, we’d like to share some supplements and medications that can help reduce high creatinine level.
Vitamin C supplements
Different vitamins have different functions. As introduced by nephrologists, vitamin C is one nutrition that can help protect kidneys from further damage and lowering-creatinine property. This is because vitamin C is able to increase glomerular filtration rate. With the increase of GFR, more creatinine can be eliminated out of the body via urine. Vitamin C is commonly to see in fruits such as cranberry, kiwi fruit, pomegranate, and so on. If patients' potassium level is normal, they can consume more fruits.
Excess sodium tends to cause or worsen fluid retention and high blood pressure, so as to aggravate patients’ illness condition. Therefore, a low-sodium diet is very necessary. Generally, the average of most low sodium diets is about 2 to 3g each day. Sodium needs to restrict more in some cases.
Chinese Herbal tea
Chinese herbal teas are made from natural herbs, so they are healthy drinks for patients with high creatinine level. Because some herbs can help increase glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and eliminate more creatinine. Corn silk, chai cinnamon tea, nettle leaf tea, dandelion root tea, etc all have the property of lowering creatinine level in the blood.
Chinese Osmotherapy is also called Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, which is a combination of Chinese herbs and western medicines. It is used externally which can avoid other organs and tissues’ damage. The active ingredients of the medicines are good for setting up a good blood environment inner the kidneys. In addition, it also can improve renal function by repairing kidney damage. Only renal function gets improvement from the root, can high creatinine level be lowered naturally. To get the therapy, please add my Whatsapp or Viber +8615512139310 for learning more details.
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