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Death Rate In Chronic Kidney Failure Reduced By Plant Protein

2015-12-14 02:24

Death Rate In Chronic Kidney Failure Reduced By Plant ProteinThere is a study which found every 33% increase in the ratio of plant protein to total protein consumed resulted in a lower risk of death for those who suffer from chronic kidney failure defined as having an eGFR less than 60.

A medical doctor, Srinivasan Beddhu, of university of Utah School of Medicine said that “We know that moderate restriction of total protein intake is important to preserve kidney function in people with kidney disease, however, the effect of sources of protein on overall health in kidney disease has not been well studied”. Our research shows that plant-based proteins could play an important role in improving the health outcomes for people with declined kidney function.

There is a study which involves 14,866 participants and indicates mortality in chronic kidney disease reduced by plant protein clearly. Among these participants, 1,065 have kidney disease (eGFR less than 60). The dietary information was gathered through 24-hour dietary recall interviews. The death rate in the participant without kidney disease was 11.1% over an average follow-up of 8.6 years, while the death rate in the kidney disease population was 59.4% over an average follow-up period of 6.2 years.

There was a greatly lower risk of death in the kidney disease group by adjusting for age, gender,race, smoking, alcohol use, body mass index, physical inactivity, total protein and calorie intake, with each 33% increase in the ratio of plant to total protein in the diet.

It was surprising to see such an impressive result. Every 33 percent plant of total protein ratio increase was associated with a 23% lower risk of mortality in those with chronic kidney failure.

The rate of intestinal phosphorus absorption is higher from animal protein than plant-based protein. High blood phosphorus levels are related with increased mortality in both people with kidney failure and the general population. This may be the plausible reason for the higher mortality in chronic kidney failure patients who eat larger amounts of animal protein.

Aside from consuming plant protein, chronic kidney failure patients also need to take medical treatment. The treatment such as Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Bath, Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture and Steaming Therapy can be used to repair injured kidney cells and tissues, stimulate the self-healing ability of injured kidney cells and improve renal function. Only in this way can kidney failure be stopped from the root.

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