Some Tips about Diet for FSGS Patients2012-11-21 09:00
FSGS is a common reason which can cause Nephrotic Syndrome, and it is not easy to treat. There is a group of patients with FSGS does not respond to the steroid drugs well, so the condition can develop into Renal Failure within years. The healthy diet plays a helping role in slowing the development of the disease. Here we will talk about diet for FSGS patients.
Generally speaking, for kidney disease patients, low protein diet is needed, in order not to increase the kidneys’ burden. But for patients with FSGS, if there is massive proteinuria, it means many proteins are lost. At this time, if FSGS patients still are advised to control the intake of proteins, weakness, nausea, vomiting and malnutrition may appear, which is because proteins are the necessary materials for human body. So FSGS patients don’t need to strictly limit the intake of proteins, the amount should meet the human body’s need. Also the high-quality proteins are preferable, such as milk, egg, lean meat, fish, lean meat and so on. That is one point about diet for FSGS patients.
If FSGS patients have hyperlipemia, then the diet for FSGS patients should include the limitation on fat and cholesterol: Limit saturated fats (dairy, animal fat) and eliminate trans fat (partially hydrogenated oils found in processed and fast food); Use lean meats, well trimmed, poultry w/o skin, fish, shellfish, beans, nuts; Use healthy oils such as olive, canola, safflower, sunflower; Limit whole eggs to 2 per week, use egg substitutes or whites only.
Besides the information mentioned above, there are still other tips about diet for FSGS patients, such as how much water patients should drink and so on. While patients should be aware that diets can not repair the damaged kidneys and enhance kidney function, a real treatment is what FSGS patients really need. Leave us a message, if you still want to know more.
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