How to Lower Blood Sugar Level for Diabetic Nephropathy
High blood sugar level, a main inducing factor of Diabetic Nephropathy. If left unnoticed entirely, this disease will progress into kidney failure eventually. Therefore, it is necessary to know how to reduce blood sugar level effectively.
After years of research and experience accumulation, experts at our center summarized the following effective methods:
Moderate intake of high quality protein On the one hand, high quality protein can not produce many wastes. On the other hand, the basic demand of the body can be satisfied. Foods including egg white, lean meat, fish, milk, etc are good sources of high quality protein.
Fresh fruits and vegetables Normally, these foods are loaded in vitamins and minerals. In general, they can eat some oranges, pineapples, kiwis, strawberries, cranberries and so on. However, not all fresh fruits and vegetables are suggested, as some of the foods are rich in potassium or phosphorus. Otherwise, irregular heartbeat or bone disorders may occur. If you are not clear about this, our free online service can be helpful.
Low-fat diet Besides, it also necessary to limit the quantity of calory. For instance, foods like butter, beacon, sausage, beef, chocolate, nuts, etc should be limited.
Medications Under certain circumstances, patients are prescribed with certain medicines to reduce blood sugar level. If necessary, insulin injections are needed.
Moderate exercises To have a good control of blood sugar level, they also need to take some moderate physical activities, such as, jogging, walking, Tai Chi and so on. Generally, the procedure can last for 20-30 minutes and 4 or 5 times a week.
Kick off bad habits In daily life, they should try their best to quit smoking and drinking. Let’s take smoking for example, studies show that tobacco products can contract the blood vessels and worsen hypertension, heart disease, stroke and so on.
The above are some tips for lowering blood sugar level with diabetic nephropathy. Anything unclear, you are welcomed to send us the test report:firstname.lastname@example.org or dial the number US +1-909-895-6253 / AU +61-02-8373-6766. Best wishes!
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