A list of food for reducing creatinine
High Protein Foods
When kidney function is decreased, the body cannot rid itself of the waste and it builds up. Reducing protein in the diet can help decrease the amount of waste produced. Animal proteins are most contributory, such as red meat, chicken and pork. It is advisable to get adequate protein from plant sources, such as soy and legumes.
High Sodium Foods
When kidney disease or high blood pressure is suspected, the first dietary change is often to reduce sodium in the diet. Fresh foods over packaged, convenience foods are recommended. Canned foods are particularly high sources of sodium in the American diet. When eating out, those trying to lower their sodium intake should avoid fast food restaurants and ask that foods be prepared without salt.
A list of specific foods in daily life:
Cucumber: Cucumbers are known as natural kidney-cleaner. For they are delicious, low-calorie and powerful antioxidants. Moreover, there are rich vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, folate, magnesium, silica in cucumbers, which can help regulate uric acid in body and improve kidney function.
Foods rich in omega-3 acids: This kind of food include salmon, tuna, sardines, mackerel, walnuts, wild rice and so on. It is good for you to eat these foods twice a week.
Garlic and onion: Garlic and onion can not only spice up your dishes but also help to decrease high creatinine level. And studies have shown that garlic can protect kidneys from free radical-medicated damage.
Carrots: Carrots are healthy vegetables for kidney disease patients. It is rich in various vitamins and minerals that can contribute to protect kidney function and treat infections.
Leafy greens: Leafy greens specially cabbage and lettuce are very helpful for your kidneys. They can help lower high creatinine level and prevent kidney stone.
Though fruits and vegetables are good for our health, patients with CKD and high creatinine level should consult the doctor or dietitian for what kind of foods are suitable for your condition. If you have any question about the lists of fruits and vegetables not to eat with high creatinine level, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, I will reply as soon as possible!