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Children with nephritis diet to control salt control protein

2017-03-06 16:34

It is well known that when people are ill, they need to adjust their diet. For children with nephritis, the diet is also a certain requirement, if improper diet can be

Can lead to deterioration of the condition. So, nephritis children diet need to pay attention to those?

Strict control of sodium intake in patients with chronic nephritis in general performance for dizziness, edema and other symptoms in the diet to limit the intake of salt in children

Do not eat salty food for a long time. If the children with heart failure and severe edema, or when there is high blood pressure encephalopathy, indicating that the condition is more serious

At this time, the need for strict control of diet, not only can not contain sodium salt intake, even the food can not eat, such as dried meat floss, soda, sodium carbonate

Steamed bun.

Low protein diet for common chronic nephritis in children, in the early stage of onset of symptoms or sometimes less urine, edema and loss of appetite. Children

The body weight will decline because of physical condition, at this time the children need to add the right amount of protein, to adjust the body, but not too much intake of protein

Depending on the severity of the disease, to reduce the burden on the kidneys. Low protein diet should not be too long, in order to prevent anemia in children. Appropriate selection of high-quality eggs

White, such as eggs, milk, lean meat, fish, etc.; avoid beans and their products.

Because of the restriction of protein intake, the intake of carbohydrate rich children is mainly due to the supply of carbohydrates

Sugar should be appropriately increased to meet the body's demand for heat energy. In addition, adequate heat supply can reduce the consumption of protein, reduce the burden on the kidneys,

Do not delay the growth and development of children.

 

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