Is it okay to consume spices, fried and grilled food, can you drink syrup or not?
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Previously, it helps you explain in advance whether you have acute kidney failure or chronic kidney failure. Also, explain the cause of your kidney failure, including if you have other diseases that accompany your kidney failure.
Basically, there is much to be considered by patients with kidney failure in terms of food, however in general you are advised to go on a diet low in salt, low in potassium, and limit the amount of protein you consume. Therefore it actually doesn't really matter how you process the food. You may consume fried or grilled foods, but make sure they do not contain high amounts of salt, what you eat is not processed meat that contains high salt, you fry using good oil, not burned until completely burned, and you do not eat excessive amounts. Regarding the spices you may also use as long as it is not excessive (for example, you use only to spice up your food). Drinking syrup is also allowed as long as you only drink a little and you don't have diabetes. If you have diabetes, you should not consume syrup at all, or other high sugar-containing drinks.
We recommend that you do regular control to your internal medicine doctor. You can ask for a referral to a nutritionist if you want to know more fully how you can maintain your diet. Your nutritionist will analyze all of your illnesses, including your current weight, to be able to give you a list of what you can and should not eat and the amount of food you should eat each day.
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