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Does Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease Must Limit the Intake of Protein

Alimentotherapy is the requisite and effective component in treating Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Experiments and observation prove that low-protein diet can not only help to relieve proteinuria symptom, but also slow down the progress of Chronic Kidney Disease. However, does this mean patients with Chronic Kidney Disease have to limit the intake of protein strictly?
For patients with Chronic Kidney Disease, the basic principles of ingesting protein is to reduce the intake of protein slightly, so as to meet the demand of their body and at the same time, do not increase the burden of kidneys. In such cases, not all the patients with Chronic Kidney Disease should limit the intake of protein strictly. The intake of protein for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease should depends on their age, gender, illness condition and physical condition. Then how does protein intake works on Chronic Kidney DiseaseHow Can I Improve Stage 4 Kidney Failure Is There any Treatment Available for Kidney Problem
Protein is the necessary substance of our body and it is as important for us as oxygen. For us healthy people, without adequate protein, a series of symptoms will appear such as nausea, muscle atrophy and abdominal distension. Similarly, ingesting too much protein also has damage to our organs. For example, ingesting too much adipose will increase the burden of our kidneys; besides, it can also accelerate the loss of calcium in bone, which will give rise to osteoporosis easily.Treatment Options for Stage 4 Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Is Stage 4 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) Curable
For patients who have Chronic Kidney Disease, with increased kidney burden, their disease will be aggravated easily. Therefore, they should limit the intake of protein slightly. Ingesting less protein can help to reduce the metabolin, thus to reduce the burden to their kidneys. Moreover, with reduced intake of protein, glomerular high perfusion state is improved; as a result, progress of Chronic Kidney Disease is slowed down. Therefore, reducing the intake of protein is very necessary for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease.

Although patients with Chronic Kidney Disease should reduce the intake of protein, the exact decrement should follow doctor’s advices. If you want to know more, you are welcome to email to me or consult our consultant online.

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