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What Are The Reasonable Diet Plan For Nephrotic Syndrome Patients

Provided by Expert Yang Hongtao on : 2018-08-30 10:32

Nephrotic Syndrome,Reasonable DietNephrotic Syndrome is a chronic wasting disease. The prominent manifestation of patients is generalized edema. There are a lot of proteins in the urine of the patients. Because of the long-term excretion of proteins with urine, the patients have hypoproteinemia (plasma albumin content decreased, 6-7 grams per 100 ml blood) and hypercholesterolemia (blood lipid increased, 190-200 mg per 100 ml blood). In view of the above situation, the diet should be high calorie, Cards, high protein, low fat, low sodium and high calcium are rich in vitamins.

Patients often have poor appetite, do not want to eat, high protein, high calorie can not be added, so should try to improve cooking technology, pay attention to food color, smell, taste, reduce food volume, improve quality, in order to achieve the requirements of nutritional therapy for kidney disease.

To maintain the body has enough heat to restore the body, available for high-carbohydrate, in addition to rice, noodles can eat more candied honey or glucose. In order to supplement the lost protein and maintain the growth and development needs, the protein should be supplied by 3-5 grams per kilogram of body weight, and the proportion of animal protein and plant protein should be 50%.

Fat should be absorbed from vegetable oils such as vegetable oil and margarine. Fruit and vegetable foods contain pectin and cellulose, which can reduce cholesterol in the long term.

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