As we all know, the most common cause of diabetes is the diet, the irrational diet will lead to our body metabolism imbalance, leading to diabetes, if you do not have effective treatment of diabetes, diabetes will develop into diabetic nephropathy, or even cause a serious illness, and ultimately even harm our lives. So when we have become diabetic nephropathy, how should we manage us from the diet?
The first is according to the weight change of different, choose a different diet, due to inpidual differences, different people on the digestion and absorption of food and exercise are not the same, so we can't say the amount of general mechanical and control diet in what degree should be according to their weight gain to increase or decrease our diet. Experts suggest that when the weight is measured, it is best to get up early in the morning fasting, emptying feces, traditional clothing weighs, if 2-3 weeks without change, that our diet calories and consumption are basically the same. For diabetic patients with normal body weight and emaciation, dietary intake of starch and vegetable oil should be increased in order to maintain protein intake. Obese diabetic nephropathy patients often need to lose weight, and if you need to lose weight, you should ask a dietitian to help you stay healthy and lose weight slowly. If your weight is increasing rapidly, please tell your doctor.
The last is for the protein intake must be controlled. Tong Shantang experts advise patients on the amount of protein intake depends on their own serum creatinine levels and endogenous creatinine clearance rate. The higher the serum creatinine level, the lower the elimination rate of endogenous creatinine, the more stringent control of protein intake. At present, it is suggested that the intake of protein should be restricted in the early stage of diabetic nephropathy. More than three patients with diabetic nephropathy, should be in the use of keto acid preparation at the same time, the implementation of low-protein diet, that is, per kilogram of body weight per day intake of 0.6 grams of protein is appropriate. However, for those with long-term maintenance of dialysis patients, because of the lack of nutrition is more serious, so this time should be appropriate to increase the intake of protein, and even to improve the nutritional status of the need to intake of more than the healthy population of protein, Products are no longer absolutely taboo. It has been suggested that the appropriate amount of plant protein is also conducive to prevention and treatment of lipid metabolism and atherosclerosis, but need to pay attention to the risk of potassium and phosphorus accumulation.