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Doctor insights on: What Foods Should A Kidney Dialysis Patient Eat

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What should a patient going though dialysis with food restrictions eat?

What should a patient going though dialysis with food restrictions eat?

Renal diet: Patients on dialysis need to watch their fluid, calcium, protein and potassium intake. The patient you are referring to must have a renal dietician at his dialysis center. You should speak to the dietician about your questions and she should be able to answer them and speak to you about a renal diet and its restrictions. ...Read more

Dr. Quresh Khairullah
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Dialysis (Definition)

Simple answer is that it is a medical technology used primarily to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function in people with renal failure. Hemodialysis remove wastes and excess water from the blood by circulating blood outside the body through an external filter, called a dialyzer. Blood and dialysate flow through in opposite directions and the ...Read more


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What food should kidney patient most avoid?

What food should kidney patient most avoid?

High sodium: Depends on the stage of kidney damage almost all patients should avoid high sodium foods some protein restriction is also advisable if suffering from advanced kidney disease, avoid high potassium and high phosphorus foods also. ...Read more

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Should a heart disease patient eat nuts? If so, what kinds?

Should a heart disease patient eat nuts? If so, what kinds?

Nuts: It was previously thought that all nuts were bad because of their fat content, however, this is not necessarily true. There are good fats and bad fats. This is true of nuts-- walnuts and almonds are better than peanuts and pistachio. Of course these are unsalted natural nuts. ...Read more

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What foods should kidney stone patients avoid? Why?

What foods should kidney stone patients avoid?  Why?

Diet changes: There are several types of kidney stones. Each has its own dietary recommendations. Stones can be of uric acid, calcium oxalate or even infectious stones. Please consult further in health tap for your personalized review. Good luck! ...Read more

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What is a person with diabetes, kidney and heart issues supposed to eat?

What is a person with diabetes, kidney and heart issues supposed to eat?

Low salt, low carbs: This is a situation that has to be handled by a registered dietician. In general it is paramount to control the diabetes. A low salt diet will probably help the heart issues. But to repeat, controlling the diabetes as closely as possible will help all three of these areas. ...Read more

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I have end-stage kidney failure but I'm not on dialysis. I follow a special renal diet and I'm a vegetarian. What are good sources of protein for someone like me who must also limit phosphorus and potassium?

I have end-stage kidney failure but I'm not on dialysis. I follow a special renal diet and I'm a vegetarian. What are good sources of protein for someone like me who must also limit phosphorus and potassium?

The answer depends on what type of vegetarian you are: It also depends on your level of kidney function and how restrictive you need to be with protein, phosphorus and potassium. A proper renal diet is an essential part of any treatment plan for chronic kidney disease. Although a renal diet limits protein, you still need to eat some high-quality protein every day. Being a vegetarian doesn't mean missing out on quality protein. There are plenty of good plant sources of proteins. However, a vegetarian renal diet requires a tailored meal plan from a registered dietitian because vegetarian sources of protein also contain varying amounts of potassium and phosphorus. Your dietitian can help you choose the right foods in the right amounts. Your kidneys are responsible for preventing too much potassium and phosphorus from building up in your blood. So it's important to have the right amount of potassium and phosphorus in your diet to avoid overwhelming your kidneys' ability to maintain healthy levels. Here's some basic information on: Protein. , Phosphorus. , Potassium. , Sodium. . Your meal plan should also include guidelines for other food groups, such as grains, fats and sweets. A meal plan from a registered dietitian will help you meet your needs for calories and other important nutrients. ...Read more

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Pls sugest a diet for diabetic tuberculosis patient with uric acid 6.8. what food should she avoid as she is having drastic weightloss.And what should she eat to cure it

Pls sugest a diet for diabetic tuberculosis patient with uric acid 6.8. what food should she avoid as she is having drastic weightloss.And what should she eat to cure it

Uric acid diet: Tart cherry juice is effective; avoid organ meats; fatty meats and alcohol will elevate uric acid. Avoid these. Also, drink at least 3 liters fluid per day - this may enhance uric acid excretion - and if you incline diet successfully to mostly whole grain, fruit, and veggies, and nuts, using white fish and egg white for protein, then uric acid levels will come down. ...Read more

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What type of fruits should a diabetic tuberculosis patient should eat?

What type of fruits should a diabetic tuberculosis patient should eat?

Low&IntermediateGlyc: Avoid the following with high glycemic index should be avoided Dried Dates,Canned Fruit Cocktail. Fruits with intermediate glycemic index should limit quantity but can eat are Banana,Cantaloup,Mango,Papaya,Pineapple,grapes, Fruits with low glycemic index are Apple,Cherries,Score,Grapefruit,average size orange,Pear and Plums ...Read more

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What food should a person eat after angioplasty?

What food should a person eat after angioplasty?

Most anything: After angioplasty, assuming there are no complications, i generally let tell my patients to eat a regular diet. Of course, i encourage all of my patients to eat as healthy as possible and to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and keep alcohol and caffeine consumption limited for 24 hours afterwards. Check with your doctor to be sure, as there is no rule that applies to every situation. ...Read more

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Creatinine 1.6 with one kidney functioning. What all to eat drink etc?

Creatinine 1.6 with one kidney functioning.  What all to eat drink etc?

Choices matter: You are making a good decision to choose your lifestyle. Since you already have moderate kidney disease, protecting the remaining is important. Weight loss, exercise, low sodium diet, avoiding tobacco and nsaids together with controlled blood pressure and blood sugar will protect your remaining kidney function. Fluid intake in general water if your thirsty, don't "push" fluids. Good luck. ...Read more

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What foods should someone eat to put on 20 pounds if they have type 2 diabetes and kidney failure?

What foods should someone eat to put on 20 pounds if they have type 2 diabetes and kidney failure?

Healthy balanced: For someone who has uncontrolled diabetes and kidney failure, gaining weight should not be a priority since it may even worsen diabetes if it is particularly type 2. Protein loss becomes a problem with diabetic renal failure as well as problems with blood pressure. You may want to see a certified nutrionist to get better dietary guidance. ...Read more

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What foods should be eaten by a patient after a dialysis treatment?

What foods should be eaten by a patient after a dialysis treatment?

Food: Can really eat any food after a HD treatment just watch the high K foods and stick to your prescribed diet ...Read more

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Does eating fruits increase blood sugar level in diabetece patients. What fruits can be eaten regularly for a diabetece patient to substitute rice?

Does eating fruits increase blood sugar level in diabetece patients. What fruits can be eaten regularly for a diabetece patient to substitute rice?

Fruits have sugar: All fruits contain sugar, but fresh fruits also have fiber and other nutrients. Processing reduces the amount of fiber & nutrients. This is especially true for juices. Check out glycemic indexes here: http://www.Lowglycemicdiet.Com/fruitsgi.Html. For rice, you might try brown rice or quinoa. ...Read more

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What are good foods to eat for a hypoglycemic person who can't keep their blood sugars up?

What are good foods to eat for a hypoglycemic person who can't keep their blood sugars up?

Protein: Nuts are a good source of protein that you can easily carry with you at all times to eat to prevent hypoglycemia. About 1 ounce of nuts is recommended. Also, stay away from processed carbohydrates as they contribute to the highs and lows of blood Insulin and blood sugar. Try to eat more whole grains with fiber and fresh fruits and vegetables. ...Read more

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What foods can a person with renal disease consume freely?

What foods can a person with renal disease consume freely?

Renal Diets: Patients with any form of kidney disease should be offered a nutritional or dietary counselling. There are many types of kidney disease with various stages and complications that require careful attention not only to macronutrients (protein, carbs, and fat) but to micronutrients. For example, diabetic patients with renal disease require a completely different approach than those with hypertensive. ...Read more

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Should someone with kidney disease limit eating meat since kidneys work harder when consume too much of it? What to eat?

Should someone with kidney disease limit eating meat since kidneys work harder when consume too much of it?  What to eat?

Talk 2 ur kidney doc: Most americans eat way more protein than necessary. 3-4oz of protein is no more than your fist or a deck of cards. You don't need 16-24oz steak each night. But your protein limitation also depends upon your kidney's level of (dys)function. Check out http://www.Davita.Com/kidney-disease/diet-and-nutrition/diet-basics/dietary-protein-and-chronic-kidney-disease/e/5302 for more detailed info. ...Read more

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What foods should be avoided if a person has stones in her kidney?

Dehydration: More so than foods, it is allowing yourself to become dehydrated that can prompt problems with kidney stones, if predisposed. With high uric acid, you might have uric acid stones, in which case, should avoid (excess proteins / fats / hfcs), see: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/gout-diet/my01137. ...Read more

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My mom is a renal failure patient. Protein is going out in her urine. Can u advice me what kind of food she can intake in able to control protein?

My mom is a renal failure patient. Protein is going out in her urine. Can u advice me what kind of food she can intake in able to control protein?

Proteinuria: You need to provide more information. Did your mother's physician give her the reason for her proteinuria? Was it due to diabetes or due to some glomerular disease of the kidney? If she on dialysis? If she is on dialysis, she can speak to her nephrologist and dietician about her protein loses. If not on dialysis, have her go to a nephrologist for a work up of her proteinuria to find its cause. ...Read more

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As a diabetic should I limit on eating meat to prevent future kidney issues?

MEAT AND KIDNEYS: There are other products out there loaded with protein , in higher concentrations than red meat. The issue with meat is fat content. As a diabetic, reasonable portions of lean red meat are not going to cause you kidney failure. What triggers renal failure is longterm, poor diabetic sugar control. This does not happen overnight either. ...Read more

Kidney (Definition)

The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more