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Dietary considerations for nephritis patients

May 27, 2017

Nephritis diet taboo:
Avoid eggs: because the kidney function and pathogenesis were significantly decreased during the The new supersedes the old., reduce the amount of urine, in some toxins are not all excreted. At this point, if you eat eggs, it will inevitably increase the metabolism of eggs - urea, so that more urea will accumulate in the body, making the disease worse.
Avoid eating banana: Banana containing salt, patients with chronic nephritis dropsy, hypertension must limit their intake of salt. Often eating bananas, is tantamount to eating a lot of sodium salt, kidney burden increased, swelling, hypertension and other symptoms are also increased, indigestion and diarrhea, patients will aggravate the disease.
Avoid eating egg: egg taste although the taste is not salty, but its sodium content is low, occasionally eat a little no harm. Eating for a long time increases the amount of sodium in your body and is bad for your health. Patients with chronic nephritis are not very suitable for eating preserved egg.
Fasting salty foods: such as soy sauce, monosodium glutamate, tomato sauce, barbecue sauce, vinegar, miso, etc..
Fast salted food: such as all kinds of pickles. At the same time, try to eat less msg.
Not eat spicy food: irritating ingredients of food and a variety of condiments, spices and more vegetables containing volatile oil, the process of metabolism in the body, pungent ingredients to be excreted through the kidneys, the pungent constituents of renal parenchymal cells to different stimuli, will seriously affect the renal function. Such as onions, garlic, ginger, chili, fennel, pepper and other food.
Eat cold food: because too cold food will damage the spleen yang and kidney yang, resulting from endogenous cold, Yang aggravate illness; hot food can cause stomach damage or hyperactivity, Yin fluid, yin deficiency aggravating illness.

Dietary considerations for nephritis patients

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