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High salty easily lead to renal failure patients how to diet

2017-01-24 17:02


Although people's living standards continue to improve, but everyone's health level is gradually declining, a lot of disease incidence is also a substantial increase, which is more common is a renal failure. There are many reasons for the failure of kidney, the most common reason is that the long-term diet is too salty. People suffering from renal failure will generally appear edema, poisoning, hematuria, etc., serious will endanger life, so we should timely treatment. Here I would like to introduce you to treat renal failure diet.

Steps / methods:

The first therapeutic method for treatment of renal failure: first to the 2, and preserved egg gourd 1 piece of tofu, and then wash them clean, loofah peeled and diced tofu and preserved egg cut, then the gourd oil slightly on speculation into the right amount of water, boiled tofu and preserved egg, then add the right amount of seasoning can the.

Second kinds of therapeutic methods for treating renal failure: first, the amount of two to 6 broccoli shrimp and seasoning, and then put them into small pieces wash broccoli, shrimp sauce with boiled marinated boiled, then oil boiled with broccoli shrimp fry, finally put the right amount of seasoning and stir well.

Third kinds of therapeutic methods for treating renal failure: first to the 1, papaya and carp proper seasoning, then wash well marinated, carp processing papaya peeled and diced flesh, then fried to golden crucian carp with an appropriate amount of water to drink papaya cooked, finally put up mix it.

Matters needing attention:

People suffering from renal failure should always pay attention to maintaining a light diet, eat more fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins, do not eat greasy. Spicy food. In addition, we maintain the right amount of exercise is conducive to physical rehabilitation.


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