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How Can I Lower My Creatinine level of 2.1

Questions: I took a comprehensive physical examination recently. I was diagnosed with creatinine 2.1. How to lower my creatinine 2.1? What diet should I follow?

Answers: I am glad to receive your email and medical report. Your creatinine is above the normal level, which is 0.5-1.2 for female and 0.6-1.3 for male. High creatinine level may indicate kidney damage. So you should follow a proper diet to reduce further kidney damage. You should manage your diet from the following aspects:

Low-protein diet. Protein will produce waste product when it is broken down. More protein intake will generate more waste product, which will cause more burden to kidney because kidney is responsible to discharge the waste product out of our body. What’s more, high-quality protein is required, such as lean meat, eggs, dairy product.

Low-salt diet. Salt is thought to be the rich source of sodium. High-sodium is considered to be the great risk of high blood pressure and edema. High blood pressure and edema are the two common complications of kidney disease. So you are suggested to eat low-salt diet and avoid such foods that are rich in salt as kelps, bacons, processed food, restaurant food and fast food.

Besides the aforementioned food, there are more food that you should pay attention to. You can get more information about how to deal with high creatinine level from “How to Treat Increased Creatinine 2.4” or you can also continue to send email to, I will give more detailed suggestions.

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