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Hi, My creatinine level is at 1.19
My creatinine level is 1.19 & uric acid 7.4, does it serious, what precaution I should take, where I should get it checked
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Proteins - limit the amount of protein in diet. Eat less meat, poultry , eggs , fish and dairy. Phosphorus - reduce the amount of phosphorous containing food like dairy , beans , peas , nuts and whole grains . Limit Sodium in diet - avoid canned foods , processed meat and cheese , salted snacks , sausages etc . Also limit potassium in the diet .   Have lot of fresh fruits and vegetables  Important Points : Slow carbs  - Good - oats , porridge , brown bread , pasta , lentils Low protein food - bread , cereals , lettuce , celery , sprouts, cucumber, parsley , tofu , fish , lean meats  Low fat and low sodium - nothing fried , no salt , no canned products  Low sugar foods - eggs , kidney beans , walnut , cottage cheese, olive , spinach , asparagus,  barley ,  Never do binge eating , eat small frequent meals.  Avoid Alcohol - replace with water , teas , unsweetened juices . Quit smoking - leads to high blood pressure, constricts vessels leading to high BP Decrease BP . Exercise - 45 min daily. Decrease Weight . Drink plenty of water .
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