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Does Diet Help to Reduce Creatinine Levels?

Creatinine levels are concerned by many patients. There are many ways to lowering creatinine levels, including medicine and diet. Compared with medicine to reduce creatinine levels, diet has no side effects and less expensive. What is more important is that it really works. To learn the function of diet lowering creatinine levels, we should know about creatinine.
What is creatinine? What is High Creatinine Levels ? and How to Reduce High Creatinine Level in Blood .
Creatinine is produced when one does activities in which muscle support body energy. Its amount is steady because it is mainly linked with the total amount muscle of the body which has little change during a long period. It is obviously a kind of metabolism which can do harm to our health if not be discarded. Luckily, when produced, it is separated from blood into urine by kidneys where millions of tiny filters, called glomeruli, do the filtration work. Kidneys guard our health by this filtration function. However, once damaged, kidneys cannot function well, causing accumulation of creatinine. With building up of creatinine, patients may at risk of losing life.
High creatinine levels mean damaged kidneys. Damaged kidneys with a relatively weak ability of renal function have to do work as normal. More substances are to be filtered, more workload kidneys will have. Put on too much workload beyond their ability causes further damage of kidneys. Hence, reducing some substance needed to flow through kidneys is help to improve renal functions. Protein and some electrolytes such sodium, potassium and phosphorus belongs to such substance need flowing through kidneys. To reduce creatinine levels, a low-protein, low-sodium, low-potassium, low-phosphorus diet is recommended.
Suggested foods to be avoided
Foods containing too much substance which may give kidneys an extra work are listed here, patient should avoid them as much as possible to reduce creatinine levels.
Foods containing rich sodium: fast food, frozen meals, canned vegetables, pickled or cured meats, canned soups, cheese, salted pretzels and salted potato chips
Foods containing rich potassium: tomatoes, oranges, potatoes, chocolate and nuts
Foods containing rich phosphorus: corn, chocolate, dairy products, fish and eggs.

Damaged kidneys caused by various reasons and healthy conditions are also various individually.

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