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How to Lower Creatinine with Foods And Herbs


2013-08-27 17:03

How to Lower Creatinine with Foods And HerbsCreatinine is a waste product of creatine which is a major part of muscle. Excess creatinine is filtered out of body by kidneys.The normal creatinine levels in blood is 0.6~1.2 in men and 0.5~1.1 in women. Increased creatinine means loss of renal function.As chemical drugs may cause very serious adverse effects,the patients are eager to find natural stuffs to lower high creatinine.Then how to lower creatinine with foods and herbs?

How to lower creatinine with foods?

In fact,creatinine is not harmful to kidneys,but high levels of creatinine may imply high accumulation of other harmful substances in body, such as urea nitrogen.Therefore,renal diet should reduce foods which are harmful to body and can cause strain on kidneys.

Urea nitrogen is the metabolite of proteins and high levels of BUN can be harmful to vital organs and systems in body.Also high building up of urea nitrogen can cause extra strain on kidneys.Therefore,a low-protein is needed for people with high creatinine. However, inadequate protein intake make the patients at risk of malnutrition. How much protein to consume for people with high creatinine? Email to kidneyabc@hotmail.com  to get a reference.

Poorly functioning kidneys fail to regulate blood pressure and balance of different minerals in body. High blood pressure is a very dangerous factor in worsening renal function and can elevate creatinine further.Foods high in sodium should be reduced in renal diet.If the levels of minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium etc are higher than normal, the patients should cut down on foods high in these minerals.

How to lower creatinine with herbs?

Herbs provide easy ways to lower creatinine.There is a wide variety of herbs which can enhance renal function and lower creatinine.

Chinese rhubarb root is a traditional Chine herb and it can detoxify the polluted blood by increasing the excretion of waste products through the large and small intestine. In this way, it can lower high creatinine and the levels of other harmful substances.

Notoginseng (San Qi) can slow the progression of Kidney Disease by preventing renal epithelial to myofibroblast transition in damaged kidney tissues.

Apart from the above herbs, Safflower,Cordyceps Sinensis etc can also be used to treat kidney disease and lower creatinine. You can consult our medical professional to know what herbs are appropriate to you.




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