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Is Dairy OK for FSGS Patients

Is Dairy OK for FSGS Patients“Is dairy OK for FSGS patients?” since your kidneys have been damaged, you have to pay attention to what you eat and drink. In this article, let’s have a discussion about dietary.

Some benefits of dairy for FSGS patient

Dairy is known to have a lot of benefits. For example,

-Full-fat dairy lowers risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes.

-Dairy is rich in protein, vitamin D and calcium, which contribute to bone health, while bone disease is a common complication of kidney disease.

-It decreases the risk of kidney stones.

-It aids in fighting hypertension.

Dairy foods are great sources of protein, so you had better reduce them.

With FSGS, it is likely for patients to have massive proteinuria. The more protein you consume, the more protein will go out of the body. Therefore, it is often advisable to have a low protein diet. Dairy is high in protein, so it should be reduced.

All in all, you can take moderate dairy to enjoy the various benefits, but meanwhile pay attention to the amount. How much you can take depends on your medical condition. Besides diet, you need to combine medical treatment to control FSGS well. In kidney disease hospital China, Toxin-Removing Treatment is often used. This treatment can help eliminate swelling, proteinuria and hematuria, even refractory symptoms can be brought under control. It is actually a systemic treatment, which can discharge toxins and extra fluid from body via urine, sweat and bowel movement. It can also improve blood circulation and increase blood flow into kidneys so that enough essential elements can be transported into nidus to speed up kidney recovery. Moreover, it can restore the balance of anti-inflammatory cytokines and pro-inflammatory cytokines to reduce renal inflammation and control the disease from getting. After about one month’s treatment, FSGS associated symptoms will get relieved greatly, and renal function will get improved. With the improvement of renal function, there are not so many diet restrictions.

Is dairy OK for FSGS patients? It is better not to eat too much, in case of putting extra stress on kidneys. And the above material is intended for informational purposes. For specific suggestions on diet, please consult a dietitian.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.







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