Renal diseases diet program
Your body processes nutrients for fuel whenever you eat and drink. Anything it does not require is delivered to the kidneys through the bloodstream. The kidneys are responsible for filtering excess nutrients and producing urine. Some nutrients can pile up and harm your kidneys if you have renal disease. A renal diet can help you avoid kidney disease. People with renal disease need to follow a renal diet plan.
People with renal disease may need to watch their salt, potassium, and phosphorus intake. Please talk to your healthcare provider or the certified dietitian at your dialysis clinic about your unique dietary needs.
You need to follow a renal diet plan only after consultation with a doctor as it depends on health conditions. A renal diet plan for dialysis patients will be different from a diabetic renal diet plan or any other patient; hence always take medical advice before following any diet plan.