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How much salt should a patient with nephrotic syndrome eat?

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How much salt eating is bad for the patient. How much salt should kidney patient need? How much should eat in the end? In simple terms, in normal renal function (normal blood creatinine), it can be controlled within 6 grams per day. Once severe edema or renal dysfunction (elevated serum creatinine) should be controlled within 3 grams per day.

nephrotic syndrome diet

Nephritic diet arrangement:
In fact, no matter what kind of disease, the diet principle is only two: first, at most eight points full, and two is not biased towards a certain kind of food.
First, eighth full mean, according to the patient's current appetite, food intake will be controlled within 80%;
Second, do not lean towards a certain kind of food means, do not eat more because some food is good, and do not eat because some food is not good, and the balanced collocation of various nutrients is the kingly way.
For example, patients with kidney disease eat less salt, never let you boil cabbage, and even a variety of sauce, spices bottles, sodium foods are abandoned, is let your diet not as salty as ever.
Keep in mind that the bias towards certain foods is the root cause of most medical illnesses.
 
 

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