Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a common type of glomerulonephritis. It means that some glomeruli are found to be partially damaged. Maintaining a good diet habit is helpful for slowing down the progression of kidney damage. Is fishing eating good for patients with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis and microalbuminuria?
Fish for Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis
Microalbuminuria means there are small amount of albumin leaks out with urine. This result can in turn damage kidneys. Therefore, patients are suggested to take less protein in diet to reduce albumin leakage. Fish is rich in high-quality protein that cannot only meet the body’s nutrition meets but also produce less waste. Therefore, it won’t burden the kidney’s filtration work and is a good choice for FSGS patients.
Except for fish, other food like egg white, lean meat and milk are also good for patients because they are also found in high-quality protein. As for detailed dietary suggestions, you can send the test report to us at email@example.com or leave a message below. Our doctor on duty will reply you within 24 hours.
Treatments for FSGS patients with microalbuminuria
Diet control is one the treatment for FSGS patients, but it can only reduce kidney’s burden but cannot solve the underlying problem, namely, improving kidney function. Therefore, I recommend you to take Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Take Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as an example. It is an external application used on bilateral kidney areas (Shenshu acupoints). With penetrant liquids and osmosis device, the effective ingredients can permeate into kidney lesions directly. These active ingredients have the function of dilating blood vessels, anti-inflammation, anti-coagulation, and extracellular matrixes degradation. To sum up, Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can purify the blood and increase whole blood circulation. Therefore, kidney tissues, including glomeruli, can get enough blood volume and oxygen to function well. Then, protein can be well reabsorbed by renal tubules and microalbuminuria will disappear.