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Diet Help Reduce High Creatinine Level

Once Creatinine level elevates, most patients want to reduce it through following a proper diet. They often consult us what foods they can eat and what foods they should avoid. As for this question, today you will find the answer. Here I will introduce you some foods which are good for reducing high creatinine level.

Diet Help Reduce High Creatinine Level

Vegetables like lettuce, cabbage, carrots, cauliflowers, sprouts, radish, cucumber, cranberries and turnips are good for patients with high creatinine level. They can meet your body protein requirement. Besides, sodium intake should be reduced such as processed foods, packaged foods and salty foods because sodium tends to promote water retention. Therefore, it would be better if you can stay away from such foods that supply extra sodium to the body. It is also necessary to avoid protein-rich food and dairy products like red meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, etc. Creatinine, being a type of amino acid, is found mainly in such high protein foods. If you want to lower your high creatinine level, foods like chocolate, almonds, peanuts, beer, egg whites, seaweed, spirulina, sesame seeds and gelatin should be avoided. Dairy products will also increase your high creatinine level so cheese, milk, and other dairy-based products should be avoided.

Diet plays an important role in kidney disease treatment and it can do some help in lowering down elevated creatinine level. But only diet is not enough because it can do nothing for repairing kidney damage. Healthy kidneys can remove excess creatinine from your body while damaged kidneys fail to do this job properly. Thus, creatinine will accumulate in your body, causing high creatinine level. If you want to lower down creatinine level radically, you should repair kidney damage and improve renal function. To achieve this purpose, we strongly recommend Toxin-Removing Treatment which cleanses your blood before treating kidney disease. When kidneys are damaged, there will be lots of toxins in your blood. These toxins will reduce the effect of medications you take and also affect your kidney intrinsic cells. As a result, the first thing you should do is to cleanse your blood. Toxin-Removing Treatment can purify your blood with a series of Chinese medicine treatments such as Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Medicinal Soup, Mai Kang Mixture and Moxibustion Therapy, etc. This can set up a good environment for recovering your kidney function. When your renal function is improved, your high creatinine level will be reduced automatically.

Diet and Toxin-Removing Treatment combine together to lower down your high creatinine level. If you still have any question, you can leave a message below. We will reply you as soon as possible.

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