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Food Not to Eat with FSGS

food not to eat with fsgsWith FSGS, you should know what you can ear and what you can not eat. Only in this way can you protect your kidney disease from developing quickly. In this article, let’s have a look at food not to eat with FSGS.

If you have swelling and high blood pressure, you should avoid food high in salt.

Salt is high in sodium, which can retain water in body and increase blood volume so as to elevate blood pressure. Therefore, you should reduce salt intake and avoid food high in salt, such as pickles.

If you have a lot of protein urine, you should avoid massive protein intake.

Heavy proteinuria is a common symptom of FSGS. If your disease is not under control, you had better limit protein intake. Because too much protein intake can put extra stress on kidneys to cause further kidney damage, and it can also speed up glomerulosclerosis.

If you have high blood potassium level, you had better not eat food high in potassium.

When FSGS impairs your kidneys, they can not filter extra potassium out of the body, leading to high blood potassium level easily. In such a case, you had better avoid food high in potassium, such as banana, beans, dark leafy greens, potatoes, squash, etc.

Different FSGS patients have different medical conditions, so their diet varies from one to one. You had better consult a dietitian to make a diet plan for you. And you should remember that diet can not replace your medical treatment. Treatment for FSGS should not only eliminate symptoms, but also repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. Do you want to know what treatment can help you achieve this goal? Contact our online doctor, you will get the answer.

Now you know what food you can not eat with FSGS. In the daily, you should pay attention to them. Besides, you should adjust your diet according to the changes of your medical condition. And diet is just a small part of FSGS treatment. If you really want to have a good control of FSGS, you should combine proper diet with treatment. For more information on FSGS treatment, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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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