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Dietary principles of lupus nephritis

2017-02-14 13:38

Dietary attention in patients with lupus nephritis:

1, lupus nephritis patients should not eat food
Lupus nephritis patients should not eat or eat less with enhanced light sensitive effect of food: such as figs, milk vetch, rape, celery and yellow Bullacta, such as food should avoid sunlight. The potential role of mushroom, mushrooms and some foods such as letinous edodes dyes and tobacco have induced systemic lupus erythematosus, also try not to eat or eat less.

2, lupus nephritis patients with high protein diet
The kidney damage in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus often have a lot of protein loss in the urine, can cause hypoalbuminemia, it is necessary to add sufficient quality protein, can drink milk, eat soy products, egg, meat, fish and other protein rich foods.

3, lupus nephritis patients should be low fat diet
Systemic lupus erythematosus patients with less activity, poor digestion, it is appropriate to eat light digestible food, it is not appropriate to eat fatty foods containing more fat.

4, lupus nephritis patients should be low sugar diet
Due to long-term use of corticosteroids in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus, easy to cause the syndrome of steroid diabetes and Cushing, it should properly control the appetite, eat foods high in sugar.

5, lupus nephritis patients should be low salt diet
Application of corticosteroids or patients with kidney damage easily lead to water, sodium retention, causing edema, it is necessary to low salt diet.

6, lupus nephritis patients should be more calcium supplement
To prevent glucocorticoid induced osteoporosis; eat more vitamin rich vegetables and fruits.

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