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    How to Manage A Protein Meal to Increase GFR

    How to Manage A Protein Meal to Increase GFRFor patients with kidney disesae, GFR is a very important standard to learn about their kidney function. As patient’s kidney function will be damaged by their disease, their GFR level will also be reduced gradully in this process.

    As we know, diet can influence patient’s health condition obviously, and it is important for patients to regulate their diet to improve their overall condition. In fact, protein is a nutrient which can affect patient’s kidney function obviously, and it is important for patients to regulate their protein intake to protect their remaining kidney function and improve their GFR. Well then, how should patients manage their protein meal to increase GFR?

    Why can protein affect patient’s kidney function obviously?

    For patients with CKD, they must pay attention to their protein intake, because protein is an important nutrient for our body health, and it is also a nutrient that can aggravate patient’s kidney damage if patient has not taken it appropriately.

    As we know, protien is an important part of our body, and it plays a key role in our immune system. Besides, protein is also a substance which can produce lots of metabolic wastes, and they will need to be filtrated out by kidney, which can increase kidney workload and aggravate patient’s kidney damage.

    How to manage a protein meal to increase GFR?

    Thereby, it is important for patients to regulate their protein intake to protect their remaining kidney function and make a good circumstance for the recopvery of their kidney function.

    To reach these purposes, patients should avoid much excess protein intake in their diet, but the essential protein intake should be guaranteed. For healthy people, their recommended protein intake is 0.8g/kg per day, which means every kilogramme body weight should guarantee 0.8 gram protein. This standard is also suitable for patients with kidney disease. Besides, patients should guarantee themselve foods with high-quality protein, becauser there are eight kinds of amino acid can not be compounded by our body, and they must be gotten from foods we take. For this purpose, foods like egg white,  fish and milk, etc, are good choices.
    Protein intake can affect patient's kidney function obviously, and if patients can have a well control in this aspect, it is very beneficial for patients to improve their remaining kidney function, which can help patients to increase their GFR.

    These are the notes for patients with chronic kidney disease to manage their protein intake, and it is better for patients to follow the guidance of a dietitian in their overall management. As we know, CKD can cause complicated problems, and patients should do their best to improve their condition. If you need any help, you can leave us a message about your details and problem. We will provide the gudiance you need or do what we can to help you.


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