What Cannot Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Drink2013-04-24 10:56
Q: I am on a diabetic kidney diet and confused about what I cannot drink. Can you help?
A: Generally speaking, dark beverages, such as Dr. Pepper, Coke, Pepsi, beer, and bottled or canned iced tea should be avoided as they contain phosphate additives. Beverages sweetened with real sugar or high fructose corn syrup should also be avoided on a diabetic kidney diet. Diabetic Nephropathy patients may need to limit or avoid milk and many juices are high in potassium.
Check with your dietitian for guidelines as to what beverages are safe for you to drink. As a patient with Diabetic Nephropathy, if you are suffering heavy proteinuria, the prognosis will become poor, it is likely to develop Chronic Renal Failure. In that case, a treatment which can help repair kidney damage and try to improve kidney function can be counted as a real treatment.
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