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Nephrotic syndrome is characterized by large amount of protein in urine, low levels of protein in blood, heavy swelling and high cholesterol. Without correct treatment, it will develop into kidney failure. So it is important to take measures to control the disease. Here I will introduce you some natural treatments for nephrotic syndrome.
Some people may doubt that can diet treat kidney disease? Diet cannot directly take effect on kidneys, but it can help reduce further damage and the progression of the illness.
Patients with nephrotic syndrome are suggested to eat a low protein diet. Since glomerulus are damaged with nephrotic syndrome, protein leaks out to urine. If you eat high-protein diet, there will be more protein in urine, which will cause more kidney damage. High-sodium diet should be avoided. High sodium will lead to water-sodium retention, which will increase the condition of swelling. Besides, patients with nephrotic syndrome should also eat a low-phosphorus and potassium food to reduce the burden of kidneys. For detailed food lists, you can ask the online doctor!
This therapy is a natural therapy that aims at improving kidney function. It is a combination of advanced machine and Chinese herbal medicine. This therapy is externally used. An osmosis device is applied to permeate the herbs into kidneys. The herbs are finely shattered to be well absorbed. The herbs can repair the damaged kidney cells by dilating blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, providing nutritions to kidneys, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation and degrading extracellular matrix.
As long as the damaged kidney cells are repaired, the symptoms can be eliminated. The herbs used in this therapy are natural and with no side-effects. It is convenient and safe. If you want to know more about this therapy, you can ask the online doctors, they will help you and with free charge!
Besides the two natural treatments mentioned above, you are also suggested to make a healthy lifestyle. Do you have other questions about nephrotic syndrome? You can send an email to email@example.com, I will reply in detail!