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A proper diet for a kidney transplant patient and food I should stop completely . It will be very helpful.
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Dr. Swapan Banerjee (PhD) (PhD)
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i welcome - here is tentative Diet Plan :- 6 am - 300ml water -fresh air ,mild activities Then 2 cream cracker Biscuits - liker tea. 7.30 - am - 2-4 pcs white breads , 3 tsf chana & 5ogm curd. or oat meal/ dalia/poha/Porridge/ home made mix noodles (no oil/butter) 10 am - 1 fruit like Guava , 4 pcs papaya 12. Lunch - 80 gm quality rice , dal, mix gourds veg, (less potatoes ) , 1 fish rohu / live any , 50 gm curd. 3 pm -1 fruit 6.30 pm - any low-calorie meal as like break fast with liker tea 8.30- any veg .soup 9.30 pm -, Phulk roti ,dal, mix veg, sprouts / plain paneer, gourds vegetable mix, yogurts 10.30 - Milk 200ml with some water can be taken at bed time to get some enerygy. Tight sleep, no or avoid completely all fried foods, no salty or cream rich foods, very less saly\t or restrictions.
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Dr. Chethan R S
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Hi.... You may need to make changes to your diet when you have kidney disease. These changes include limiting fluids, eating a low-protein diet, limiting salt, potassium, phosphorous, and other electrolytes, and getting enough calories if you are losing weight.... You may need to alter your diet more if your kidney disease gets worse, or if you need dialysis.....
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Ms. Riti Bhagat
Dietitian/Nutritionist 9 yrs exp Gurgaon
Would suggest you to consult some Clinical Nutritionist and approach her with all your clinical reports as there is no general diet plan since body composition and blood parameters vary from person to person. In general : Avoid raw food, fatty food, packed and processed foods, foods that contain too much salt like chips and namkeen, avoid desserts and red meat.
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