Kidney disease is now very common in today's society, many patients with nephrotic syndrome in their daily lives are very cautious, but the misunderstanding in the diet is also common, then the nephrotic syndrome diet should pay attention to what?
First, the protein intake: nephrotic syndrome in patients with urine will be a lot of protein discharge, the human body will reduce the low protein malnutrition, low protein will reduce the plasma colloid permeability, resulting in edema stubborn, self-resistance The force should also decline, so should not appear in the case of renal failure, should be given a high level of high-quality protein diet, the use of lean meat, fish and soy products and other high-protein foods.
Second, the timely replenishment of trace elements: nephrotic syndrome in patients with glomerular basement membrane permeability increased urine not only lost a lot of protein, but also lost with the protein binding of some trace elements and hormones, resulting in human calcium, magnesium , Zinc, iron and other elements of the lack of appropriate should be added. General can be eaten with vitamins and trace elements rich in vegetables, fruits, grains, seafood, etc. to be added.
Third, the fat intake: patients with nephrotic syndrome often hyperlipidemia, which can cause arteriosclerosis and glomerular injury, sclerosis, etc., it is best to eat less animal fat, visceral high fat and high cholesterol intake.
Four, sodium intake: salt will increase the degree of edema, so the general amount of salt is not more than 2g is appropriate, it is best not to eat preserved food, less use of MSG and alkali, edema subsided, plasma protein close to normal , Can restore the ordinary diet.
The above is about the healthy diet of patients with nephrotic syndrome, the introduction of different patients have different treatment methods, so the diet must pay more attention, if you have more questions about diet please consult our online doctor or leave us a message, we will reply to you as soon as possible.
Healthy diet of Nephrotic syndrome