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Nutrition for kidney disease with preserved azotoid function


If the nitrogen-containing kidney function is preserved, nutrition is recommended, the main purpose of which is to sprain the kidney by limiting in the diet especially foods that are rich in extractive substances, as well as eliminating fried and spicy foods, smoked meats, various seasonings, legumes, cauliflower, radishes , sorrel, lettuce, onion, garlic, celery, natural coffee, rye bread.
From the first courses, such as milk and fruit soups, vegetable soups with cereals on broth, seasoned with sour cream and boiled, and then toasted onions, borscht, beetroot soup, cabbage soup with apples, citric acid are most acceptable. From the second course, meat dishes from beef, veal, lean pork and lamb, poultry, fish dishes, as well as dishes from eggs, cereal and pasta are recommended. As seasonings for them, you can prepare dairy, sour cream and vegetable sauces, boiled onion sauce.
Vegetables, with the exception of those referred to, are consumed in raw, boiled, baked and fried types, often together with fruits and berries. For appetizers, squash and eggplant caviar are particularly suitable.
For kidney diseases, milk and dairy products such as kefir, yogurt, cream, sour cream, cottage cheese, which have a diuretic effect, sweet foods and products like honey, sugar, jam, sweets, are very useful. In addition to milk from drinks, kissel, compote, weak tea are allowed. From fats for dressing using unsalted butter and vegetable oil.
Food is taken 4-5 times a day.
Lack of vitamins compensate for broth hips, berry and fruit juices, fresh fruits and berries.
For this condition, diet # 7 is recommended.
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Nutrition for kidney disease with preserved azotoid function

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