First, How much protein should be given for chronic kidney disease?
1. Protein intake in the 3-4 stage of chronic kidney disease
2. Protein intake for dialysis patients
Recommended daily protein intake is 0.8 - 1.2 g / kg bw / day.
3. Protein intake for peritoneal dialysis patients
International recommended: 1.2-1.3 grams / kg body weight / day.
4. Protein intake for hemodialysis patients
1.2 g / kg bw / day and serum albumin should reach 40g/L.
Second. How do you calculate the protein content of your food?
Calculate on the basis that the protein content of each 100 grams (2 Liang) and the amount of food you eat:
For example, you take today:
2 Liang chicken (100 grams), containing 21.5 grams of protein;
2 eggs (100 grams), containing 14.7 grams of protein;
Staple food (rice) 6 Liang (300 grams), containing 23.4 grams of protein.
The protein content you eat today is 59.6 grams.
Of course, you can also use the diet management software to calculate the protein content of your food when you receive your revisit.
Third, corresponding table for weight of 3-4 stage of chronic kidney disease and daily protein intake
Assume the protein intake 0.8-1.0g/ (kg.d), besides the daily staple protein amount of about 19.5-23.4 grams, the amount of edible protein:
Fourth, how to choose protein?
Have determined the protein intake amount, then how should we choose protein types?
High quality protein accounts for 50% of the total protein.
If patients on hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis whose serum albumin was lower than 35g/L, should take additional compound alpha keto acids, to avoid protein malnutrition.
Patients with hyperlipidemia, and without hyperuricemia, kidney function in the 2 stage, can eat more fish, poultry and beans protein, help to control hyperlipidemia.
Chronic kidney disease is not a fatal disease, and even in the uremic stage, there are still kidney transplants and dialysis methods that can deal with it.
But when we find problems, the sooner we face them, do not escape, the sooner we regulate management, the better for ourselves!
Protein intake management in chronic kidney disease