Is Walnuts OK:Lupus with Kidney Failure on Dialysis2013-07-01 14:02
Whether can patients with Kidney Failure caused by lupus who are on dialysis eat walnuts? Once kidney disease patients begin dialysis, the suggestions on diet may be a little different.
As we all know, walnuts is regarded as healthy food. It has many healthy benefits like protecting against heart disease, reducing inflammation, reducing the risk of cancer, improving the body’s immune system response and improving cognitive function, and reducing blood pressure levels, etc. But for Kidney Failure patients, they are not suggested to eat walnuts as it contains rich protein. But for those dialysis patients, it will be different.
Dialysis treatments remove protein waste from the blood. A low-protein diet is no longer needed to control protein waste buildup because this is accomplished by dialysis. A higher protein intake is needed to replace protein lost during dialysis. So Kidney Failure patients on dialysis can eat right amount of walnuts. Most people on dialysis need to eat at least 6 to 9 ounces of good-quality protein each day. You can send us more about your condition to email@example.com, our expert can freely help you create an eating plan that provides enough protein to meet your kidney diet prescription.
After we talk about the diet for patients with Kidney Failure caused by lupus, now let’s see what is the best treatment. After all, dialysis is unable to treat any kinds of kidney diseases, patients will notice the decreased urine output after a period of time of taking dialysis treatment. If you still have some certain urine output and you are eager to get rid of dialysis, then you should:
-Eliminate lupus in the body by plasma exchange. Dialysis is unable to remove the lupus out of body.
-Repair kidney damage and recover kidney function by Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
-Adjust your abnormal immune system by eliminating pathogenic factor and supporting genuine Qi.
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