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Nutrition for kidney disease with preserved nitrogen excretory function


If the nitrogen excretory function of the kidneys is preserved, nutrition is recommended, the main purpose of which is to shake the kidney by restricting in the diet primarily foods that are rich in extractives, as well as the exclusion of fried and spicy dishes, smoked products, various spices, legumes, cauliflower, radish , sorrel, green salad, onion, garlic, celery, natural coffee, rye bread.
From the first dishes are the most acceptable such as milk and fruit soups, vegetable soups with cereals in vegetable broth flavored with sour cream and boiled, and then roasted onion, borsch, beetroots, cabbage soup with apples, citric acid. From the second dishes meat dishes from beef, veal, lean pork and lamb, poultry, fish dishes, as well as dishes from eggs, cereals and pasta are recommended. As seasoning to them you can prepare milk, sour and vegetable sauces, sauce from boiled onions.
Vegetables, except for those mentioned, are consumed in raw, boiled, baked and fried kinds, often together with fruits and berries. For zakusok especially suited squash and eggplant caviar.
With kidney diseases, milk and dairy products - kefir, yogurt, cream, sour cream, cottage cheese, which have a diuretic effect, sweet dishes and products - honey, sugar, jam, candies are very useful. In addition to milk from drinks are allowed jelly, compote, weak tea. From fats for refueling of dishes use unsalted butter and vegetable oil.
Food is taken 4-5 times a day.
A deficiency in vitamins is replenished with a decoction of rose hips, berry and fruit juices, fresh fruits and berries.
With this disease, diet # 7 is recommended.
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Nutrition for kidney disease with preserved nitrogen excretory function

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