Below is a chart to figure out your weight and amount of protein that is recommended if your GFR is 30 mL or less. 90 -100 pounds (41 -45 kg) 25 -27g of protein per day. Calorie needs for weight maintenance: <60 yrs = 1500- 1890. >60 yrs = 1230-1350 calories per day.
Eating Right for Kidney Health Tips for People with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) 1 National Kidney Disease Education Program hat you eat and drink can help slow down chronic kidney disease. Some foods are better for your kidneys than others. Cooking and preparing your food from scratch can help you eat healthier.
The diet for a patient with chronic kidney disease is highly speciﬁc and modiﬁed to individual therapeutic needs, therefore basic nutrition guidelines would not suf-
and nutrients you need. Ask your dietitian if they are right for you. Supplements can come in the form of liquid drinks, shakes, juices, bars, soups, cookies, puddings and more. Many supplements are available, but some nutritional supplements are made just for people with kidney disease, diabetes or kidney failure.
With kidney damage, you need a lower-protein diet to help prevent your kidney function from worsening. Limit your protein to ______ ounces (oz.) total per day, spread out over three meals. Meats, seafood, eggs, and legumes (dried beans, peas, and lentils) are good sources of protein.
• Between each dialysis treatment, patients are expected to gain a little weight due to the water content in foods (fruits and vegetables). • The amount of fluid in a typical day's meal (excluding fluids such as water, tea, etc.) is at least 500 ml and therefore expected daily weight gain is between 0.4 – 0.5kg.
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