Renal ‘kidney’ not functioning properly, there is a possibility to regain inactive or under active kidneys into the functional one that too without dialysis, per TriOrigin energy concept. In integrated concept of alternative medicine, whereby no medicine is ever recommended during treatment process at all, except whatever prescribed by physician. The quality of life is in direct proportion to commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor. TriOrigin, traditionally accomplished through insertion of micro needles at certain energy meridians, located in miniature form on hands,that too only 1mm on upper surface of skin. So, no direct application on affected organs, and possibilities of any adverse effect does not arise! Ask for more precise clarification!
Dialysis Diet: Food that consume is digested, blood picks up nutrients and carries them to cells and cells further absorbs nutrient and deposit the wastes back into bloodstream. Healthy kidneys remove wastes from blood and eliminate them through urine and bowel movements. When kidneys fail in performing this function, home-dialysis or dialysis of blood is used to provide an artificial replacement for kidney failure. Despite being an effective way of artificially removing wastes from bloodstream, though it cannot completely replace natural functions of kidneys. Besides removing wastes from body, kidney also function as part of endocrine system, releasing hormones, an active form of vitamin D for production of red blood cells, as well as helping in absorption of calcium and phosphate. While kidneys work round the clock for effective purification of blood, still wastes can build up between dialysis sessions. A dialysis diet is meant specifically for reducing the build-up of wastes by monitoring what you eat and drink.
Some of the key aspects of the dialysis diet are:
FLUIDS: to congeal in body cause pain. A dialysis diet is required to control amount of fluids, potassium, phosphorous and sodium in body. This needs to be done while ensuring that body gets enough calories and proteins for maintaining health. Body can accumulate fluids between dialysis sessions, causing puffiness or weight gain, and must be controlled. Some fruits and vegetables contain a lot of water and therefore must be limited to small quantities or avoid strictly all together. These include melons, grapes, oranges, tomatoes, celery and the like.
MINERALS: Healthy kidneys maintain a proper level of phosphorous to keep a steady heartbeat. Smaller portions of foods rich in potassium like avocados, bananas, kiwis and dried fruit are recommended to limit potassium intake. The same rule applies to oranges, melons and pears. You can remove some of the potassium from some vegetables like tomatoes and potatoes by peeling them and soaking in large amounts of water for several hours. Too much phosphorus can weaken bones by pulling out calcium. Milk, cheese, dried beans, peas, colas, nuts and peanut butter should also be controlled since they have a high phosphorous content.
PROTEIN: Usually low-protein diet is advised for natural weight loss to help in maintaining muscle and repairing damaged tissue. In case of dialysis, you may be advised to follow a high-protein diet to restrict production of wastes like urea. Take high-quality proteins from fish, and egg whites.
WEIGHT management: Some diabetics need to add to their weight and may be advised to consume more calories. Oils from olives, rapeseed and safflower seed are healthy sources of calories and you may use them generously on bread, rice and noodles. Changing diet can help protect the damaged kidneys. It can also help to control other diseases, such as diabetes and high blood pressure, that can make kidney disease worse.
DIABETES and renal failure, (a result of monitored and unmanaged diabetes) are serious conditions that require proper management of diet and weight. Diabetics should never take a decision to gain or lose weight without consulting a renal dietician. You should strictly follow a dialysis diet, take strict weight loss precautions.
Diet key points;
•All fruits have some potassium. Limiting potassium protects heart. Choose apples and berries over oranges and bananas.
•All vegetables have some potassium. Choose green beans and cabbage over potatoes and broccoli.
•Avoid coconut water, or coconut in any form, strictly prohibited mangoes, bananas if having any kidney disease.
•Avoid salt substitutes made with potassium.
•Changing diet can help protect kidneys. It can also help control other diseases, such as diabetes and high blood pressure that can make kidney disease worse.
•Diet, proper life style too is required to control amount of fluids, potassium, phosphorous and sodium in body for maintaining health. The body can accumulate fluids between dialysis sessions, causing puffiness or weight gain, and must be controlled. Some fruits and vegetables contain a lot of water and therefore must be limited to small quantities or eliminate all together in daily life.
•Each of kidneys has about a million tiny filters, called nephrons. If nephrons are damaged, they stop working. For a while, healthy nephrons can take on extra work. But if damage continues, more and more nephrons shut down. After a certain point, nephrons that are left cannot filter blood well enough to keep you healthy
•Eat lots of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables
•Kidneys have important job of filtering the blood. They remove waste products and extra fluid and flush them from body as urine. When kidneys do not work right, wastes build up in blood and make a person sick.
•Sodium is a naturally occurring mineral that body needs to function properly. But too much sodium can cause problems, such as high blood pressure (hypertension) or heart failure or make problems worse
•Use less salt and eat fewer salty foods. This may help to control blood pressure and reduce fluid weight gains between dialysis sessions.
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