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Renal Diet

Getting a regular medical treatment and following a renal diet helps to slow down the progression of kidney damage.

The diet of a kidney patient should have limited protein, phosphorus, sodium, and potassium. Liquid intake also needs to be restricted in later stages of Chronic Kidney Disease it’s important to note that amount of restriction depends upon the stage of kidney disease and other related problems like diabeties, hypertension and heart disease.So always consult a healthcare professionals for proper guidance.

All the fruits contain a good amount of potassium that should be restricted in renal diet. But some fruits like apple, pear, papaya are comparatively low in potassium, hence can be taken after consulting your dietician.

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Renal diet

Kidneys are the one of most important organ of the human body. Your kidneys filter extra water and wastes out of your body in the form of urine. It also maintain a healthy balance of water, salts, and minerals—such as sodium, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium in the blood. 

Chronic kidney disease is a slow and progressive damage to your kidneys and decrease their ability to filtering wastes from your blood. If kidney disease worsens, high levels of waste in your blood make you feel sick

There’s no cure for chronic kidney disease (CKD), but treatment can help relieve the symptoms and stop it getting worse. Along with the medical treatment, lifestyle modification and dietary modifications can help to slow down the progression of the disease and to stay as healthy as possible.

Its very important to take the advise of an registered dietician who can assess the patient’s nutritional needs based on the stage of kidney disease, medical history, and other health conditions.
We at diethealrs make personalised diet plans to ensure that you are getting enough essential nutrients like protein, vitamins, and minerals while limiting foods that can worsen kidney damage.

We also monitor the patient’s progress and make adjustments to their diet plan as necessary, ensuring that they stay healthy and well- nourished.

A clinical dietitian can help to create a personalized nutrition plan that takes into account the patient’s age, weight, height, physical activity, stage of kidney disease and other medical conditions.

A Renal diet involves reducing the intake of sodium, phosphorus, and potassium. Patients may also be advised to limit protein intake depending on the stage of kidney disease to reduce the strain on the kidneys.

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