Published on July 9th, 2023 | by Michaelw0
Kidney Disease Gone in Remission (completely) Here’s What I Eat In A Day
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In this video:
# Reversing Kidney Decline with Diet
In this video, the speaker discusses a recent study where patients in
stage 3 and 4 of kidney disease were able to improve their kidney
function by following a specific diet. The aim is to create an
easy-to-follow eating plan for people with kidney disease.
- Patients in the study were able to reverse the decline of their GFR
(glomerular filtration rate) after 24 weeks of following the diet.
- The diet is designed to be simple and effective, addressing common challenges faced by patients on a renal diet.
- The speaker emphasizes the importance of personalization and consulting with a doctor before making any dietary changes.
# Eating Plan for Improving Kidney Function
The speaker shares examples of meals that were part of the trial’s eating plan for improving kidney function.
- The eating plan includes oatmeal with almond milk, blueberries, and
walnuts for breakfast. This provides plenty of calories and healthy
- Almond milk is a low-phosphorus alternative to regular milk, while oatmeal contains fiber with detoxing properties.
- Blueberries are rich in antioxidants, and walnuts are a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids.
# Special Features of the Diet
The speaker explains what makes this meal plan special and suitable for improving kidney function.
- The diet is completely plant-based and low in protein but not
excessively low. It aims to minimize phosphorus and acidity without
compromising protein intake.
- Plant-based sources of protein with high biological value, such as soy, are included in the diet.
- The diet does not require expensive and hard-to-find keto analogues, making it more accessible for patients.
# Beans in the Renal Diet
The speaker addresses the misconception that beans are forbidden in a renal diet.
- While beans were previously restricted, they can be included in moderation as a source of protein.
- The trial’s eating plan includes tofu and veggies stir fry, which incorporates soy as a protein source.
- Personalization and consulting with a doctor are still
# National Kidney Foundation and Beans
- Beans are rich in iron, low in fats and calories, and a good source of protein.
- It is important to ensure the right amount of protein intake when including beans in the diet.
# Protein Intake Calculation
- Protein intake should be calculated based on 0.65 grams per kilogram of ideal body weight.
- Consultation with a renal dietitian is necessary to determine the appropriate protein intake.
# Nutrient Limitations and Dietary Options
- Phosphorus, certain fats, and protein need to be limited in the diet for kidney disease patients.
- Carbohydrates are not necessarily bad for kidney disease patients.
- The focus should be on healthy carbs with low glycemic index (GI).
- Added sugar and ultra processed carbs should be avoided.
# Misinformation about Carbs
- Not all carbs are bad; natural sugars from fruits and vegetables are safe.
- Certain carbs can be healthy for kidney disease patients, even those with diabetes.
- A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition showed that a
significant portion of calories for stage four kidney disease patients
came from carbohydrates.
# Importance of Carbs for Kidney Disease Patients
- Despite misconceptions, scientific evidence supports getting a large
part of calorie intake from carbs for kidney disease patients.
- The study mentioned earlier demonstrated improved kidney function in patients who consumed a significant amount of carbs.
# Sources and Amount of Carbs
- The study revealed that around 365 grams of carbs per day were consumed by the patients.
- Natural and low GI carb sources are recommended, while added sugar and ultra processed carbs should be limited.