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What Foods Should Be Avoided By Hypertensive Nephropathy Patients

Hypertensive Nephropathy is a kidney disease caused by high blood pressure. We all know diet plays an important role in kidney disease treatment. Well then, what foods should be avoided by hypertensive nephropathy patients?

What Foods Should Be Avoided By Hypertensive Nephropathy Patients

1. Limit sodium intake

Healthy people should take less than 6g salt every day. If you intake too much salt, it can cause angiosclerosis and elevated blood pressure. Some high blood pressure patients can get normal blood pressure through limiting salt intake. Patients with middle-heavy hypertension can increase the efficacy of medication you take through limiting salt intake. At the same time, it can also reduce the dosage of medication for high blood pressure.

2. Eat less sweets

Sweets contain high level of sugar, which can become fat and cause arteriosclerosis, worsen high blood pressure or induce diabetes.

Fat accumulation in your body is easy to cause obesity. Obesity has great effect on kidney disease. Therefore, patients with high blood pressure and kidney disease should eat less sweets.

3. Eat more high quality protein and vitamin foods

Protein and vitamins are essential substance to human metabolism. Due to damaged kidneys, patients suffer from severe protein leakage. Therefore, it is necessary for patients to consume more protein. Calories produced by protein is also important for human body activity so patients had better eat more high quality protein such as lean meat and milk to guarantee balanced nutrition.

A proper diet is very important for hypertensive nephropathy patients. Besides, patients also need to take medical treatment. Nowadays, the radical treatment for hypertensive nephropathy is Toxin-Removing Treatment which cleanses your blood first before treating kidney disease. If toxins can not be removed from your body, they will reduce the effect of medication you take and also damage your kidney intrinsic cells. This is the reason why you can not get a good therapeutic effect. Toxin-Removing Treatment first cleanses your blood and then improves your renal function through dilating blood vessels, improving blood circulation, prevent inflammation and coagulation, degrading extracellular matrix and providing nutrients. Once your renal function is improved, your symptoms like swelling, proteinuria, anemia and itchy skin, etc can all be relieved radically.

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