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Three Diet Tips for Diabetic Nephropathy Patients

2018-06-27 10:28

Three Diet Tips for Diabetic Nephropathy PatientsDiet plays an important role in diabetic nephropathy treatment. Thus, patients need to follow a scientific dietary habit. Follow us to see details.

1. Eat more vegetables

Vegetables is able to reduce the intake of purine but increase vitamin C and fibrin. Eat less main food can control the intake of calorie, keep your body weight and reduce fat.

2. Drink more water but less soup

Patients with high uric acid and gout should drink more water but less soup like meat soup, chicken soup, fish soup and hotpot soup. Water can infiltrate and dissolve various harmful substances in the body. Drink more water can dilute uric acid and speed up its excretion to reduce high uric acid level in blood. There is lots of purine in soup. After taking soup, it can increase your uric acid level.

3. Eat more alkaline food and less acidic food

If patients suffer from gout, they should eat more alkaline food which can help supplement potassium, sodium and other minerals balanced. Since patients have endocrine disorder, alkaline foods are not easy to be absorbed. They are suggested to drink more alkaline water containing minerals. Trace minerals can be absorbed in small amounts to improve the body's acidic environment.

Diabetic nephropathy patients need to control their diet strictly and cooperate with treatments. Only in this way can they get a good result. If you want to know more information, you can leave a message below or contact our online doctor directly.

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