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Kidney disease, easy to drink milk

Patients with kidney disease limit the intake of vegetable proteins such as tofu and soy products because they increase kidney burden and worsen kidney function. However, protein plays an important role in human health. In order to ensure the nutrition and the needs of the body, the patient must take the right amount of high-quality protein, such as milk, eggs, lean meat and so on. In particular, a bag (250 ml) of milk is essential every day. About the content of high quality protein in milk total protein content of 80% essential amino acids, not only contains a complete and sufficient quantity, protein structure and is very close to the body, more conducive to nutrient absorption and utilization. In addition to protein, other nutrients in milk are also very beneficial for patients with kidney disease. Chronic kidney failure patients often calcium and phosphorus imbalance in the body, while the milk calcium, phosphorus ratio is appropriate, to correct this disorder has a great effect.
Protein intake in patients with kidney disease is low, so it is not too limited calorie intake. The fat content of milk is about 2% - 3.2%, rich in energy, and easy digestion and absorption, suitable for kidney disease, often drink can make the skin moist, relieve patients because the disease caused by dry skin, hair and other symptoms. Milk contains carbohydrates for lactose, regulating gastric acid, promoting gastrointestinal peristalsis and digestive gland secretion, but also promote the absorption of calcium. Milk lactose content is not high, only about 10 grams, so even diabetic nephropathy patients, you can also drink 1 bags of milk a day, without adding sugar can be, will not cause blood sugar fluctuations. Under normal circumstances, patients with kidney disease drink 250 ml of milk per day, eat an egg (go yellow), plus 60 grams of lean pork, protein intake is more appropriate. People with kidney disease are often advised by their doctors to eat in strict accordance with the requirements of low salt and low protein. This is because kidney patients often suffer from renal dysfunction, causing protein metabolism products excretion disorders. Therefore, protein intake must be compatible with the renal excretion capacity to reduce the burden on the kidneys.

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