How diet can help CKD patients? Eating the right foods can help improve your dialysis and your health. Your clinic has a dietitian to help you plan meals. Follow the dietitian's advice closely to get the most from your hemodialysis treatments. Here are a few general guidelines. If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR directly for free.
Fluids. Your dietitian will help you determine how much fluid to drink each day. Extra fluid can raise your blood pressure, make your heart work harder, and increase the stress of dialysis treatments. Remember that many foods—such as soup, ice cream, and fruits—contain plenty of water. Ask your dietitian for tips on controlling your thirst.
Potassium. The mineral potassium is found in many foods, especially fruits and vegetables. Potassium affects how steadily your heart beats, so eating foods with too much of it can be very dangerous to your heart. To control potassium levels in your blood, avoid foods like oranges, bananas, tomatoes, potatoes, and dried fruits. You can remove some of the potassium from potatoes and other vegetables by peeling and soaking them in a large container of water for several hours, then cooking them in fresh water.
Some patients are told to take dialysis, which is necessary when the kidneys are not able to adequately filter the blood. Dialysis allows patients with kidney failure a chance to live productive lives. Our hospital also uses Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy to cure patients. It is based on the traditional Chinese medicine dating back from thousands of years.
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