Doctor insights on:
80 3 3 Renal Diet Meal Plans
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Protein/Fluid Limits: The kidney is responsible for excreting waste and maintaining an electrolyte balance. Patients with kidney disease can have a decreased capacity to do the aforementioned, so "renal diets" are focused on limiting proteins (which are metabolized into kidney-excreted wastes like urea), fluids, and electrolyte fluctuations. This is analogous to "diabetic diets" controlling blood glucose fluctuations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Once on a renal diet, is it harmful to have one day every once in awhile to partake in normal eating? Holidays for example.
Low protein: Low dairy, low potassium. The latter means restrict potaoes, oranges, bananas, and squash. Also, strict low salt intake under 2000mg of sodium per day. Renal diet should be associated with fluid restriction under 1.5 quarts per day of all kinds of fluid intake. Not encouraging fluids like most people think! ...Read more
Renal Diet: Wastes in the blood come from food and liquids that are consumed. People with kidney disease must adhere to a kidney diet to cut down on the amount of waste in their blood. Following a kidney diet may also bolster kidney function and delay total kidney failure.A kidney diet is one that is low in sodium, phosphorous and protein.Every person is different, a dietician will work with each patient. ...Read more
Renal diet: It depends on the degree of renal insufficiency. For mild disease, salt is the most important item to limit. As the degree of renal failure progresses, you should watch phosphorus intake and potassium intake as those are both cleared by the kidney and can lead to significant problems as they build up. Limiting salt intake to 1.5-2grams/daily is important for a healthy bp. ...Read more
Renal diet: www.kidney.org www.Davita.Com www.Kidneycoach.Com.Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably No. : Gatorade has added electrolytes which need to be accounted for in renal diets. The potassium and sodium is there a fluid restriction? Depends on how severe the renal disease. If the patient is on dialysis, all of those need to be monitored very closely. Even if not on dialysis, renal dz severe enough to require a "renal diet" probably needs to discuss gatorade w potassium and sodium levels w md. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How critical is "renal diet" with creati.stable at 1.4 2 to 1.57 ?.Solitary kidny since 1987.egfr 48 . Age 68.
What's restricted?: If somebody's put you on a restricted diet like a dialysis patient, that's excessive. You're on an ACE inhibitor and if somebody's just restricting your protein and you're hungry for steak, I'd eat the steak. Your creatinine is stable. If you're a big kind of guy, you might even be okay -- when I was lifting weights daily, my creatinine ran 1.6-1.8. Enjoy being alive and basically healthy, Mike. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lemon and dialysis: Lemon juice has potassium (k). Elevated k levels are common in dialysis patients due to their kidneys not being able to eliminate k. Ask the patient's renal dietician (d) your question. The d will know the patient's k level and residual renal function. The d will be able to tell you how much, and if you should, give lemons to the patient in question. ...Read more
List: There is an exhaustive list of low potassium palatable foods that you could try. Due to lack of space here, i would refer you to my website/blog where I do talk about such foods. Go to http://www.Kidneydoctorbradenton.Org/ and search for the link on the right that says "eating right for kidney disease". Thank you! ...Read more
I need a good diet plan i just had a baby 8 months ago i'm 152 5'3 and want to be 135 i go to the gym 3x's a week what the best meal plan for me?
See below: Reduce your carbohydrates, increase your protein, drink plenty of water. Stay away from protein drinks.. You need to learn to eat correct.Cardio for 15 to 30 mins a day..See ww.Weighstation.Net for faq and diet plans that will help you..Read the newsletters for recipes see your md for follow up. ...Read more
It is: I use it in my practice for patients with gastrointestinal issues (in particular diarrhea predominant IBS) and my prediabetics to prevent progression to diabetes, and then my diabetic patients to prevent progression to requiring insulin shots, not to mention weight loss. Go for it. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Diet and exercise: Make half your meal vegetables and fruits. Go for variety. And keep in mind that potatoes and french fries dont count. Choose whole grains & limit refined grains. Pick the healthiest sources of protein. Drink lots of water. Stay active. Check out http://www.Sparkpeople.Com or http://www.Myfitnesspal.Com. They offers nutrition, health, and fitness tools, support, and resources that are 100% free. ...Read more