Renal Nutrition and metabolism

Bread, cereals, pasta, and rice are the initial sources of calories. Carbohydrates and fats are the major sources of energy; macronutrient consumption is restricted and occasionally comes from milk and meat. The food may also be nutritionally deficient, in which case vitamins and electrolytes will be added. Diet and nutrition are essential components in managing nephropathy effectively. Patients who have nephropathy should be more involved in their diet, follow particular dietary programs, and act on the nutrition that is consumed by the individual. Reduced sodium or salt intake is one of the main factors that slow the progression of chronic kidney illnesses, and doing so will greatly improve blood pressure and diabetes control.

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