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How to Supplement Protein for FSGS Patients with Massive Proteinuria

With FSGS, you usually have massive proteinuria. If you do not supplement the lost protein, it is likely for you to have hypoproteinemia, low immunity and other problems. How to supplement protein? After reading this article, you will find out the answer.

The main source of protein is from diet. But with FSGS, you should consume more animal protein, such as egg white, milk, poultry without skin, fish, etc. Their nutrient value is higher than plant protein. And too much plant protein intake can produce excessive nitrogenous wastes, which can put extra stress on kidneys. Because vegetables and fruits are packed with large quantity of water, and their protein and fat content is very low, they can not be the source of protein.

-Meat

If your kidney function has been impaired, you should limit the intake of protein, because protein metabolism can produce a lot of urea, which is passed out of body via kidneys with urine. But it does not mean you can not eat meat. Meat, poultry and milk are rich in essential amino acids, which can be absorbed by our body. As long as you control its consumption within the recommended daily intake, it can benefit you a lot.
How to Supplement Protein for FSGS Patients with Massive Proteinuria

-Eggs

Egg white is a great course of essential amino acids. And its fat, iron and calcium content can be absorbed and utilized by body as well. Besides, its rich vitamin A, vitamin B2 and vitamin B1 is essential trace elements of our body as well. Some researches show that egg can help prevent arteriosclerosis and cancer. And its protein can help repair the damaged liver, and its lecithin can help the regeneration of liver cells.
How to Supplement Protein for FSGS Patients with Massive Proteinuria

-Milk

It is a kind of high quality protein (8g/250g). It is also a good source of calcium(260mg/250g). Its phosphorus level(183mg/250g) is moderate. Do you know how much protein you should consume every day?
How to Supplement Protein for FSGS Patients with Massive Proteinuria

If you are in stage 1 or 2 CKD, protein intake should be kept into 0.8g/kg.d.

If you are in stage 3 CKD, its intake should be 0.6-0.8g/kg.d.

If you are in stage 4 or 5, its intake should be reduced to 0.4-0.6g/kg.d.

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