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Things Not to Be Eaten if Creatinine Level Goes High

Things Not to Be Eaten if Creatinine Level Goes High
When your creatinine level is very high, it means your kidneys are not able to work very well to expel waste products from body so that those wastes build up in your body. In such a case, it is necessary for you to pay attention to the food you take so as to reduce the production of wastes. Here I list some things not to be eaten if creatinine level goes high. Hope it can help you.

-Red meat

Meat especially red blood meat is a small source of creatinine, so you had better not eat it. Instead, you can eat some white meat such as chicken and other poultry meat to satisfy your body’s need to protein. How much protein you can eat depends on the severity of your kidney damage.

-Food high in sodium

Too much sodium intake can elevate your blood pressure and increase water retention so as to make your condition worse, thereby it is better for you to follow a low salt diet. In general, 2g salt can meet our body’s need, but it makes our food tasteless. For kidney patients, salt intake should be kept into 3g, no more than 6g. It is not suggested to avoid salt intake completely.

-Spicy food

Spicy food such as chili, onion, ginger, Chinese pepper, leek and so on are all spicy foods, which can add insult to injury as well.


Giving up alcohol will be a good choice for you.

If you really want to control your creatinine level well, simply diet can not help you achieve this goal. You should take measures to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. In Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital, Toxin-Removing Treatment is often used to set up a good blood environment for the damaged kidneys to heal themselves and other medication application. After about half month’s treatment, your high creatinine level will go down at least 10%.

The above things should not be eaten if your creatinine level goes high. But for different kidney patients, their diet plans will vary. For more information on high creatinine diet and treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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