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Kidney is the lower main parts of the human body. It will helps to way out of unwanted waste and virus of human body to ways the urethra of urine. Kidney is not working as they should prescribe to ask doctor specific daily amounts of protein, sodium and potassium. Keeping these nutrients in check can help prevent kidney disease from getting worse. If you have kidney disease, you need a registered dietitian nutritionist on your health care team. Diet nutrients will help your accomplish this by taking food preferences, lifestyle and special need in to the account.
1. Protein helps build, repair and maintain every cell in the body and can be used to supply energy if needed.
2. Kidneys are not working well it will they cannot handle as much protein. It is very important to eat enough carbohydrates and fats to supply your body with all the energy.
3. It will need to include the right balance of protein, carbohydrates and fat. Main sources of protein include meat, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, beans and nuts. Breads, cereals, seeds and vegetables contain protein, too.
1. Sodium can raise blood pressure and cause to retain fluids
2. Kidney disease, extra sodium and fluid can build up in the body, which can affect heart and lungs. Diet may include a daily sodium limit.
3. Sodium is found in salt and most processed foods. Make sure to check labels for salt content.
1. Like sodium, potassium must stay balanced in the body. If the kidneys are not working well, potassium levels in blood can rise.
2. High potassium levels affect your heart rhythm, so your new diet may include a potassium limit
3. Potassium is found in many fruits and vegetables, beans, nuts and dairy foods.
Diet to make sure you get the nutrition you need. It includes:
1. Calorie intake is important in keeping your weight in a healthy range.
2. Poor kidney function can cause phosphorus levels to rise in your blood. For that reason, a lower phosphorus diet may be needed.
3. A high phosphorus level in your body decreases the availability of calcium for your bones. Your diet will need to offer the right balance between phosphorus and calcium.
4. Vitamins and Minerals (particularly B-complex, vitamin C, vitamin D, iron and zinc).
5. Limiting certain types of food to ease the workload on your kidneys could leave you lacking certain vitamins and minerals.