Protein Loss in Kidney Failure | How to stop protein loss in kidney disease | Proteinuria

Protein Loss in Kidney Failure | How to stop protein loss in kidney disease | Proteinuria


hello friends my name is Dr. Puru Dhawan and in this this video we will talk about protein loss in a kidney failure patient because in kidney failure patient when the person urinates what happen because of the presence of protein in the urine the urine becomes frothy and this froth denotes the health of your kidney this is the first symptom which appears in all kidney failure patients before the rise of creatinine so lets start how we can control protein loss in a kidney failure patient and how we can control the level of creatinine in a kidney failure patient before moving towards the treatment for protein loss in a kidney failure patient it’s very important for us to understand why this happens what goes wrong in a kidney failure patient when a patient suffer from kidney because of blood pressure or sugar level or IgA nephropathy the membrane which is filtering each and everything in body which is the main the functional unit of the body which is known as the nephron is unable to keep the protein inside the body because of the pressure of blood pressure because of the high sugar level this membrane leaks protein and when the leakage happens this protein comes into urine and makes the urine frothy so in a kidney failure patient when we want control loss of protein we have to go to the cause of kidney failure and in most cases in 40% cases the cause of kidney failure is your high blood pressure what happens in your high blood pressure is that when your blood pressure is high this blood enters in your kidney with very high pressure because of this pressure it causes strike to the wall of the thin membrane of the nephron constant strike blood with the membrane this membrane starts making changes in itself so it can survive during this mutation during this changes the membrane becomes sclerosed membrane becomes thick membrane becomes hard and when this happens it looses it function to filter out the blood and as the function of the that membrane goes the level of creatinine start increasing the kidney start losing protein from the body so if we want to control the level of protein in a kidney failure patient we have to control the level of blood pressure first without controlling blood pressure we can’t control the protein loss we can’t control the level of creatinine so we have to take care of the root cause of the kidney failure if we want to control if you want to manage that patient same thing is happening in the case of diabetic nephropathy patient who suffer from chronic kidney disease because of diabetes what happens because of this high sugar level in the blood first the nephron cells become weak second thing what happens our kidney works as a pressure wall for the sugar if your sugar level increases above 200 what happens kidney opens its gate for the sugar and sugar starts moving out of the body through urine so if this happens again and again on a daily basis what happens because of this high workload to the kidney kidney gradually stops kidney starts loosing its function so if we want to control same thing if we want to control the diabetes if we want to control the diabetic nephropathy we have to control the diabetic first we have to make the make sure that the level of sugar is in the right amount one more thing happens with the patient diabetic nephropathy few drugs that are given as antidiabetic drugs to the patient of diabetes these drugs open the gate of sugar forcefully so that the level of sugar can be controlled in the body even before the level reaches the 200 and when we process sugar from the body forcefully through the kidney this damages the kidney and as the damage is happened kidney loses its function and as the function looses the level creatinine the protein lose increases so we have to take care of diabetes first if we want to control the chronic kidney disease in a diabetic nephropathy cases so these are the 80% cases so the 40% of the kidney failure is caused by high blood pressure another 40% is caused by diabetes and 10% is caused by IgA nephropathy and another 10% is caused by polycystic kidney IgA nephropathy and polycystic kidney both are the genetic disorder we will discuss these disorder in the later video but if we want to control chronic kidney disease if we want to control protein in any kidney failure patient we have to control the root cause of that problem that is your high blood pressure your sugar level or your immunity so we have to work on the root cause if we want to control the level of protein now to control the level of creatinine and protein loss in a kidney failure patient we have to start kidney function restoration treatment in this treatment what we do step number 1 we have to control the cause of kidney failure is in control we can move to step number 2 in step number 2 what we do with the help of ayurvedic medicines, we increase the kidneys function and as the kidney function increases the output of creatinine urea potassium and other electrolytes also increases and as the output increases the levels of creatinine urea drops in the body so it important for us to increase the kidneys function because we all know once the nephron are damaged they remain damaged but we can increase the function of the healthy nephron now lets take an example suppose i have donate 1 kidney to some one else i have only 1 kidney left with me but this kidney will perform all the functions properly my level of creatinine won’t increases my level of urea won’t increases my level of potassium won’t increase the question arises why because kidney has the ability to increase its function according to the need so we have to use this property of the kidney so that the remaining functioning part of the kidney can increase it functions so it can filter creatinine urea potassium with a great efficacy so that it can control the level of all other waste material easily now lets move to step number 3 once the cause of kidney failure is in control the level of creatinine urea is in control the 3 step happen because of these favorable condition inside the body starts making some kind of changes in itself kidney starts increasing its function and as the natural function increases now the body doesn’t need any kind of medicine any kind of support now kidney is self capable of filtering out the all kind of waste material on its own but in this KFRT treatment diet plays a very important role we consider diet as a 50% part of the diet with the help of diet we can control lots of thing in a kidney failure patient, we can control the level of creatinine we can control the level of potassium so its very important for all kidney failure patient to understand what kind of diet they should so that the level of creatinine can be easily controlled so lets start with the creatinine creatinine is a waste material which is produced in our muscles and if we want to control the level creatinine we have to decrease the level of muscle metabolism and when a patient of kidney failure take large amount of protein this muscle metabolism increases and as the results the level of creatinine increases so all the patient of Sai Sanjivani suffering from kidney failure are advised to take a low amount of protein or they can take a protein-free diet if their body is strong enough and when we put patient on the low protein diet or protein free diet what happens because of this the level of formation of creatinine decreases and the level of creatinine also decreases in the body but protein is the building block of the body if we stop taking protein for a long time our body deteriorates so we can’t do that we have to take those protein which are easily absorbable easily digestible and they doesn’t create any kind of creatinine in the body so at Sai Sanjivani we advise all kidney failure patient to take moong ki daal without chilka because this is the vegetarian source of protein which is very good which is easily absorbable which is easily assimilated which doesn’t contain any kind of creatinine in the body, so it is very important to stick things which we provide you which we suggest you so as we know that the creatinine is produced in the muscle so we have to take care of the muscle metabolism suppose a patient of kidney failure do a lot of exercises lot of heavy exercises weight lifting and all what happens because of the increased metabolism of the muscles the creatinine increases and if the patient suffer from any kind of fever or some kind of shivering happens because of some cold climate what happens the level of creatinine increases so we have to take care of all these things now lets move to the potassium and see how level of potassium in a kidney failure patient potassium is present in each and every thing whatever we eat but few thing contains potassium naturally in low amount and few things contain naturally in high amount so we have to select food item which contains potassium in low amount so lets move vegetables and see how we can control the level of potassium in body with the help of vegetables any vegetable which is grown below the surface of earth contains potassium in high amount like potato sweet potato turnip any vegetable which is grown below the surface of earth similarly any vegetable which is leafy like your mustard spinach coriander mint all these vegetables contain potassium in higher amount so we have to avoid all these vegetables so we have to avoid rooty and leafy vegetables so the question arises what kind of vegetable we can eat we have to take those vegetable which are what we can say which are grown as a fruit on a plant or creeper like brinjal tomato bottle gourd round gourd pumpkin any kind of vegetable which is grown on a creeper or a plant as a fruit can be easily taken so if you take these kind of vegetable level of potassium will remain in a normal range and you don’t have to leach the vegetable because lots people come to me lots of patients come to me and they say can we leach the vegetable and i always suggest them to avoid leaching because when we advice leaching to a patient what happens beacuse leaching not only the potassium lots of vitamins minerals which is very much required by the body to heal the kidney is also leached away so we don’t want to lose those vitamins and minerals we have to provide those minerals and vitamins to the body so avoid leaching try to select those food item which contain potassium in the low amount now lets move to the fruits and how fruits can help a patient to control the level potassium in case of fruits we have to avoid few fruits and rest fruits can be easily given we have to avoid banana avocado kiwi and dry fruits dates and coconuts these are the 6 items which has to be avoided in category of fruits rest fruits can be given you can give papaya you can give chiku you can give apple you can give grapes any fruit you want but quantity size potion size is very important don’t cross the one cup of potion size suppose you want to give strawberrys one cup if you want to give apple and if you want to give papaya one cup of papaya these portion size will limit the potassium content in the body so incase of fruits take care of the potion size so lets back to the creatinine and see what kind of food item has be avoided if you want to control the creatinine levels we have to avoid all kind of non veg items specially like chicken mutton fish lamb dairy products like milk custard and curd has to be avoided because if don’t avoid these kind of things the muscle metabolism will increases and formation of creatinine will increase limit the amount of protein and type of protein to one bowl of moong ki daal if you take one cup of moong ki daal the level of creatinine won’t increase it will remain stable it will go down and if we move to other pulses for source of protein what may happen is that because other pulses are hard to digest they may create creatinine in the body so we have to avoid other pulses but the exception is moong ki daal and stick to this level won’t increases in future so lets move back to the topic if we want to control the level of protein loss we have to take care of our kidney first we have to stop the damage and to stop the damage we have to work on the cause of kidney failure these are the simple basics what we use at Sai Sanjivani to control the level of Creatinine potassium protein in a kidney failure patient if you have any question the query you can simply ask from the number given below you can also book an appointment with me on the same number you can also visit our website Saikidneycare.com for further information with this allow me to say good bye see you in the next video till then bye

5 Comments

  • Pemendra Verma says:

    Sir i am having problem of sickle cell disease and also nephrotic syndrome..
    I have No sugar, No High BP.
    I have no idea why this is happening. Please help!!!!!!

  • seeamerica1 says:

    Wow this is just the opposite of how western medicine tells us to control protein loss, Never hurts to try something new. Thank you for so much information!

  • jagveer chaudhary says:

    Can it is possible to reduce creatinine level fron 10.38 to lower…..

  • Raja Aqeel Mustafa says:

    i having nephrotic syndrome with 3g/ day protein. my creatinine is 0.50 and eGFR 190 and currently using cyclosporine 200mg/day. my question is can i go to gym for muscle gaining and fitness ?

  • abdul asib says:

    how to reduce creatine 1.10

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