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The Favorable Food for Kidney Filaure Patients after Dialysis

The Favorable Food for Kidney Filaure Patients after DialysisWhen your kidneys cannot filter wastes out of the body, your doctor may recommend you do dialysis. With this treatment, diet plays an important role in helping control blood levels of certain nutrients. You should monitor sodium, potassium, phosphorus, protein and fluid in the foods with your kidney diet. And the following will introduce a common diet plan while on dialysis.

1. Eat more high quality foods

People on dialysis should eat more protein and protein should be high quality protein. Protein can help maintain blood protein levels and improve health. You should eat a high quality foods at every meal, such as fish, eggs, fresh pork, meat and so on or about 8-10 ounces of high quality foods everyday.

2. Low sodium foods

Low sodium in your diet contributes to controlling high blood pressure, keeping you from being thirsty, and preventing your body from retaining extra fluid so as to alleviate your swelling or edema. You will probably need to eat a low sodium diet and you should avoid high sodium foods such as processed foods, salted foods, bacon, chips, etc.

3. Limit high potassium foods

Normal blood levels of potassium help keep your heart beating steadily. While unhealthy kidneys easily cause high potassium level. Dangerous heart rhythms may occur, which can lead to death. Low potassium suggestions include white bread, rich and pasta, non-enriched rice milk, canned peaches, fresh brocoli, carrots and cucumbers, while you need to keep far away from tomatoes, potatoes, bananas, whole grain foods and orange juice which is because they are high in potassium.

4. Limit high phosphorus foods

With kidney disease, you should be cautious about not overeating high phosphorus foods. High phosphorus foods include milk and diary products, meat, whole grains and cola. Meat is an excellent protein source while you are on dialysis, so other foods high in phosphorus foods should be eaten moderately. Some diary foods are lower in phosphorus, including tub margarine, butter, cream, heavy cream, brie cheese, sherbet, and nondairy whipped toppings.

Limit phosphorus intake, while you should take calcium supplements to prevent bone disease and vitamin D to control the balance of calcium and phosphorus in your body.

5. Fluid

When you are on dialysis, you will need to watch how much liquid you drink. During the process of dialysis, fluid can build up in the body. Too much fluid will lead to shortness of breath which is an emergency that needs immediate medical attention. If you want to know how much you drink every day, you can consult our online doctors who will let you know how much you can drink.

The above are just some common suggestions for kidney dialysis patients, and it does not suit for every kidney disease patients. Because different people have different illness conditions. In this condition, you should depend on your own conditions to choose right foods.

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