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High Creatinine Levels Treatment at Home

2013-05-28 09:28

High Creatinine Levels Treatment at Home, high creatinineHow to reduce high creatinine levels at home? As a matter of fact, high creatinine level can be caused by many factors, here we mainly talk about the one caused by kidney diseases. The following information is about some high creatinine levels treatment at home.

Drink plenty of water

You can reduce the chances of any further elevation by consuming about 8-10 glasses of water per day. In the morning, start your day by drinking 2-3 glasses of water, which will increase the frequency of urination, and as a result, more creatinine will get eliminated from the body. If people with high creatinine levels are suffering severe edema, then the fluid intake will be strictly limited.

Avoid protein-rich food and dairy products

As creatinine, being a type of amino acid, is found mainly in such high protein foods, people with high creatinine levels must stay away from foods with high protein content like red meat, fish, poultry, dairy products, etc. Avoid cheese, milk, and other dairy-based products, chocolate, almonds, beer, egg whites, peanuts, sesame seeds, spirulina, gelatin, etc.

Reduce sodium intake

Sodium tends to promote water retention. Salty foods, processed foods, packaged foods, etc, should be avoided by people with high creatinine levels.

Avoid creatine supplements and vanadium

To ensure faster reduction of creatinine levels in the blood, one must avoid creatine supplements. Vanadium is often consumed by diabetic patients, and an overdose could easily increase the creatinine levels in the blood, so one must consume it only in small amounts.

Avoid strenuous activities

Strenuous exercises only promote the creatine to convert into creatinine more quickly than normal. So, one should avoid over-training or doing similar strenuous physical exercises.

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