Diet is one of the most important treatments in managing diabetes and kidney disease . If you have been diagnosed with kidney disease as a result of diabetes, you’ll need an eating plan that’s right for you.
Keys of a diabetes Kidney Disease Diet
Try to limit or avoid high phosphorus foods such as beer; bran cereals; caramels; cheese; cocoa; cola; dried beans; ice cream; liver; milk and milk products; nuts; peanut butter; and sardines.
Some high potassium foods are apricots; baked beans; bananas; beets; broccoli; cantaloupe; chocolate; collard and other greens; molasses; mushrooms; nuts; oranges; peanut butter; potatoes; dried fruit; raisins; salt substitute; and tomatoes.
A low sodium diet is usually the first line of defense when kidney function starts to decrease. Limit high sodium foods such as bacon and ham; cold cuts; bottled sauces (soy, barbecue sauce); bouillon cubes; canned, dehydrated or instant soup; canned vegetables; cheese; crackers; nuts; olives; pickles; potato chips; processed convenience foods; sauerkraut; and (of course) table salt.
When kidneys begin to fail, it’s time to find a kidney specialist to help you with diet, treatments, and medications. If you want to know more about diabetes and kidney disease information Plz email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.