The need to ensure adequate intake of protein in diet: every day to ensure adequate intake of protein, renal dialysis patients with long-term low protein diet can lead to malnutrition, inflammation, atherosclerosis and other diseases easily.
Therefore, patients with renal dialysis need adequate protein intake daily to ensure nutritional needs. Not to eat more protein, dietary protein intake in uremia patients not only can not rise too high to improve the nutritional status and serum albumin concentration in patients, but will make the level of toxin accumulation, dialysis is not fully clear these toxins, can cause nausea, vomiting, patients have poor appetite, fatigue and other symptoms of digestive tract and high potassium, hyperphosphatemia.
Uremia diet in ensuring adequate heat under the premise of dialysis patients generally per kilogram per kilogram of body weight protein intake of about 1 grams. A patient 1.55 meters tall and weighing 50 kilograms should eat 50 grams of protein a day, of which more than half of the protein comes from meat, eggs, milk, and beans.
The heat deficient portion is made up of almost no starch or vegetable oil. Avoid the use of a large number of low biological value of protein plant foods such as mung bean, red bean, dried beans, peas beans and other gluten; seed nuts such as peanuts, melon seeds, walnut, cashew, almond etc..
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