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The diet therapy for hypertensive nephropathy

  The diet therapy for hypertensive nephropathy

  With the improvement of living standards, a variety of high fat, high protein, high calorie foods led to the occurrence of high blood pressure, and without timely treatment of high blood pressure, it is easy to increase the severity of the disease and lead to hypertensive nephropathy, which can seriously damage the health of patients. Sometimes after the illness only medication can not solve the fundamental problem, patients can be supplemented by therapeutic, which plays a very significant effect on health.

  1. Carrot porridge

  

 

  Certain amount of fresh carrot and rice. Wash the carrots and chopped, put rice into the pot, and then add appropriate amount of water, cook them until the rice porridge become thick.

  2. Walnut porridge

  

 

  Walnut 10 ~ 15 grams, rice 50~100 grams. Smash the walnut and add appropriate amount of water, and the put them into price, finally cook them until them become porridge. 1 times a day, 5 to 7 days for a course of treatment, which is suitable for the patients with high blood pressure, coronary heart disease or angina pectoris. Notice that the amount should not be too large; pregnant women and the patients with very thin stool are not advised to drink.

  3. Corn Pastry

  

 

  New corn flour 450 grams, 200 grams of brown sugar, 4 grams of edible alkali, 15 grams of cooked lard, 50 grams of fermentation powder. Make fermented flour and corn flour mixed with appropriate amount of water, After the fermentation put other raw materials rub mixed with it, then cover it with a damp cloth, finally steam it for about 25 minutes.

  4. Schisandra apocynum tea

  

 

  Apocynum leaves 6 grams, 5 grams of Schisandra, crystal sugar, put them into boiling water instead of tea. Often drink this tea can improve the symptoms of hypertension, and prevent coronary heart disease.

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