Is there a relationship between high creatinine and diet?

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Is there a relationship between high creatinine and diet?

2017-06-09 18:04

Kidney disease experts pointed out: the normal range of serum creatinine between 44-133umol/L. When the blood creatinine exceeds 140umol/L, that is, the blood

Anhydride higher than normal range, is high creatinine symptoms! Due to the increasing number of patients with high creatinine, creatinine

High symptoms an

d improper diet have a direct relationship. However, many patients with creatinine as high as 140umol/L, it was recognized

In order to renal function of the lesions, and the situation is more serious, should be timely treatment.

Therefore, the high level of creatinine is not just a dietary problem, but of course there are other forms of kidney disease that can lead to higher creatinine levels

In order to timely and correct understanding of patients with high creatinine. Daily diet, eat more foods containing low protein, high sugar, the use of biological

The use of a high degree of protein, such as milk, eggs, lean meat, fish, chicken and so on, should eat fresh fruit and vegetables, and vitamin supplements

Folic acid, potassium salt, bogey bogey, not eat salty food, avoid spicy food, such as pepper, pepper, coffee, wine, cocoa etc..

The dynamic balance of cell repair combination therapy according to different patients' overall consideration, comprehensive dialectical therapy,

A disease of a law, with the addition and subtraction. To enhance the overall function of the kidney, enhance immunity, improve renal anemia, renal

Hypertension, renal edema and other diseases, so that patients with kidney disease gradually recover.


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