Dietary changes can help keep renal function and creatinine levels stable.

Stay Hydrated: – Drink an adequate amount of water throughout the day to help flush out toxins and waste products from the kidneys. – Aim for at least 8 glasses (64 ounces) of water daily, but individual needs may vary.

Limit Sodium Intake: – High sodium intake can lead to high blood pressure, putting strain on the kidneys. – Reduce salt in cooking and choose fresh, whole foods over processed or canned options.

Moderate Protein Consumption: – While protein is essential, excessive intake can increase the workload on the kidneys. – Choose high-quality protein sources like lean meats, poultry, fish, eggs, and plant-based proteins in moderation.

Control Phosphorus and Potassium: – For those with kidney issues, monitor phosphorus and potassium intake. – Limit foods high in phosphorus, such as dairy, nuts, and seeds, and be mindful of high-potassium foods like bananas, oranges, and potatoes.

Choose Heart-Healthy Fats: – Opt for heart-healthy fats like those found in olive oil, avocados, and fatty fish. – Limit saturated and trans fats found in processed and fried foods.

Monitor Sugar Intake: – High sugar levels can contribute to diabetes, a leading cause of kidney disease. – Reduce added sugars and choose whole, unprocessed foods.

Eat More Fruits and Vegetables: – Fruits and vegetables provide essential vitamins and minerals while being low in sodium and fat. – Choose a variety of colorful options for a range of nutrients.

Control Portion Sizes: – Moderation in portion sizes helps manage calorie intake and maintain a healthy weight. – Work with a healthcare professional or dietitian to determine appropriate portion sizes.

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