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Natural therapies for diabetic nephropathy

2017-07-24 16:39
Many people suffer from diabetic nephropathy, but they do not know much about diabetic nephropathy. Today, we should know about the natural therapies for diabetic nephropathy.
Natural therapies for diabetic nephropathy. Strict control of blood sugar is the key to prevent and reduce early diabetic nephropathy. Insulin pump enhanced long-term control of blood sugar at normal levels, can make microalbuminuria excretion rate significantly reduced, and some can be reversed, converted to normal urinary albumin excretion rate. Therefore, urinary albumin is closely related to glycemic control.
Natural therapies for diabetic nephropathy. Patients with diabetic nephropathy lose large amounts of protein from urine every day, so they must supplement the right amount of protein, especially the high-quality animal protein. But in the late stage of diabetic nephropathy, a large number of protein intake causes the metabolites in the blood such as protein, creatinine and urea nitrogen increased, bring harm to the patients, so patients with advanced diabetic nephropathy should be appropriate to limit the intake of protein.
Because diabetic nephropathy is very likely to develop edema, daily intake of water and salt should be strictly controlled so as to avoid excessive intake, resulting in accumulation of the body, resulting in edema symptoms.
The above content is about the introduction of the natural treatment of diabetic nephropathy,only for your reference, specifically how to treat diabetic nephropathy, also according to their own circumstances to decide. Therefore, we must not blindly treat, strictly abide by the doctor's requirements.
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Natural therapies for diabetic nephropathy

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