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Salt Is Not a Taboo for Every Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease

As a patient with Chronic Kidney Disease, you must know limiting the intake of salt is good for you, but you may not know that not all the patients with Chronic Kidney Disease ought to limit the intake of salt. Then who should limit the intake of salt?
Whether patients with Chronic Kidney Disease should limit the intake of salt depends on their illness condition. Generally speaking, if patients with Chronic Kidney Disease have swelling, high blood pressure and heart failure, then they should limit the intake of salt. Salt is rich in sodium and the purpose of limiting salt intake is to prevent the retention of sodium in the body, which will cause retention of water in the body. Serious retention of water in the body will aggravate swelling and thus to make high blood pressure hard to be controlled.Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD) Stage 3 Herbal Medicine Treats Kidney Disease
Diet with limited salt can be mainly divided into two types which include low-salt diet and free-salt diet. Low-salt diet means the sodium supply is about two thought milligram a day. In addition, in their diet, patients should be avoided taking salted foods such as pickles, salted egg, sausage and fine dried noodles. Similar with patients who is having low-salt diet; patients with free-salt diet can also not take salted foods. Besides, the intake of salt for them is about one thousand milligram.Treatments to Slow the Progress of Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease What Treatments Are Available for Stage 4 CKD
For patients with Nephritic Syndrome, their swelling is caused by hypoproteinemia; therefore, in their daily life, they should ingest enough protein and energy. However, low-salt diet and free-salt diet is easy to lead to low appetite, which will have a bad influence of the ingestion of protein and calories. Moreover, for patients with stubborn swelling, it is hard for them to accept long-term low-salt diet and free-salt diet; hence for patients with Nephritic Syndrome, the intake of salt should be under their tolerance and have no influence on their appetite.My Kidneys Are Only Operating About 17%: What Does That Mean

Actually, for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease, limiting the intake of salt is to limit the intake of sodium; hence, apart from limiting the intake of salt, foods which contain large amount of sodium also should be avoided. These foods conclude kelp, celery, preserved egg, fennel and baking soda foods and so on. For more information, please email to me or consult our consultant online.

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