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Is Dairy Product Harmful for High Creatinine Level Patients

Posted:by kidneyhc Time:2017-09-19 06:45

Topics: High Creatinine Diet Ask The Doctor

Details: My grandfather is 69 years old. His creatinine level is 4.87, urea is 80 and uric acid is 14. what kind of food can I give to him? Is dairy product harmful for him?

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Expert Answer

High creatinine level, high urea and uric acid level all indicate kidneys are damaged. The general diet plan is that most people who have kidney disease need to limit salt, fluids and protein. And some also have to limit potassium and phosphorus. Besides, you need to get enough calories to be healthy and have energy.

1. Protein

Eating too much protein can stress your kidneys while you are more likely to get infection without enough protein. Thus, you should get the right amount of protein. Limit high protein foods to 5 to 7 ounces a day or less. High protein foods include meat, poultry, seafood and eggs. Milk and milk products, beans, nuts, breads, pasta, cereals and vegetables also contain protein.

2. Limit sodium

Avoid salted snacks like chips, popcorn, pretzels and limit how often you eat food from restaurants. Avoid smoked, cured, salted, and canned meat, fish, and poultry. This includes ham, bacon, hot dogs, and luncheon meats.

3. limit potassium and phosphorus

Low potassium fruits and vegetables include blueberries, raspberries, cucumber and radishes. Avoid nuts, peanuts butter, seeds, beans,organ meats, sardines, colas, soft drinks, bran breads and bran cereals.

Dairy products are a great source of protein. Protein helps build muscle, and maintain our internal organs. It also help heal wounds and fight infections. But too much protein intake will stress your kidneys due to a decreased kidney function. Therefore, you should give your grandfather right amount of dairy products. Or you can send his reports to our mail box Our doctor will reply analyze his condition and give you a right diet plan.

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