Low protein diet is restricted protein intake can improve the progress of renal function in patients with chronic kidney disease in patients
Low protein diet is restricted protein intake can improve the progress of renal function in patients with chronic kidney disease in patients with chronic kidney disease, but the incidence of malnutrition is still high (30% to 60%), malnutrition is one of the important factors of the incidence and survival rate of complications affecting the quality of life. Reasonable low protein diet can prevent malnutrition.
Long-term low protein diet patients need to note the following: timely inspection and assessment of nutritional status; and actively take effective measures to be adjusted; to ensure every 30 to 35 thousand cards per kilogram heat supply; the general need to ensure that every 0.6 grams per kilogram of body weight of protein intake, below this limit should be added with the necessary amino acid or keto acid; the low protein diet needs to have more than 50% protein from high quality protein; and to maintain a reasonable proportion of protein, sugar and fat in the diet; the supplement vitamins, cellulose and minerals. Chinese Medical Association