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Foods Should Be Avoided in Renal Parenchymal Disease

2013-04-24 10:23

Renal parenchyma is an important part in kidneys,in which the renal functional units are located.Renal parenchymal disease can cause serious renal function decline.Some foods should be avoided in renal parenchymal disease.

Healthy kidneys can filter blood and remove wastes and extra fluids from body as well as balance the levels of different minerals in body.As the wastes and fluids are mainly from what we drink and eat,it is important to cut down certain foods.Meanwhile,it can help keep the minerals balance by reducing certain foods.The following is a list of foods should be avoided in renal parenchymal disease.

Foods high in salt

Retention of fluid and salt can cause swelling and high blood pressure, thus accelerate renal function deterioration.It is a wise choice to reduce foods high in salt in daily diet.If serious swelling occurs,fluids intake should be also be controlled.

Foods loaded in proteins

Foods loaded in proteins should be avoided in renal parenchymal disease. Urea is the byproduct of proteins and it is toxic to kidneys and other body organs.Also,intake of foods loaded in proteins can worsen proteinuria which is an accelerator of renal function deterioration.

High-phosphorus foods

Phosphorus is an important part of bone and also perform a vital function in regulating metabolism.However,if the phosphorus level in blood is too high, it can cause skin itching.Meanwhile,high phosphorus can cause loss of calcium from bone, thus resulting in bone disease.

High-potassium foods

Heart problem is commonly seen in advanced renal parenchymal disease. If potassium level in blood is too high,it can cause irregular heartbeat and worsen the heart problem.Therefore,high-potassium foods should be avoided in renal parenchymal disease.

High-fat foods

Hyperlipidemia is commonly seen in renal parenchymal disease.It can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.So high-fat foods should be avoided in renal parenchymal disease.

The above are some general foods should be avoided in renal parenchymal disease.As the illness condition varies from case to case, a personalized dietary regime should be made based on your blood work.

Diet along can not control renal parenchymal disease. Here is a recommended treatment for  bilateral renal parenchymal disease.


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