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The diet for minimal change nephritis

  The diet for minimal change nephritis

  1. Limit salt:

  

 

  Limited salt amount should be based upon how serious the edema is, and the patients with serious edema should avoid salt. Patients with no relief on edema, should take low salt diet(3 grams \ day). When the edema is cured, they can take ordinary diet.

  2. Protein intake:

  

 

  There are a lot of proteinuria for patients with nephrotic syndrome, hypoalbuminemia often makes colloid osmotic pressure drop, which makes oedema stubbornly difficult to disappear, the body's resistance drops, so in the early days of nephrotic syndrome, without kidney failure, the adult should guarantee the protein intake about 0.7 ~ 1.0 g/kg, which will help alleviate the hypoalbuminemia and the complications.

  3. Fat:

  Nephrotic syndrome patients are always accompanied with hyperlipemia. Patients with a mild disease can be improved in the short term, so the fat intake is not restricted. As for the patients with membranous nephropathy and other refractory nephrotic syndrome, chronic hyperlipidemia can cause hardening of the arteries. Therefore, we should limit the hoof Pang, fat, and foods high in animal fat.

 

  4. Vitamins, calcium and trace elements:

  

 

  For nephrotic syndrome patients, due to the glomerular basement membrane permeability increased, a large number of proteinuria come into being, at the same time some of the elements and hormone combined with protein will lose, which can indirectly cause the lack of calcium, magnesium, zinc and so on. But we can use the available drugs or food to supply.

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