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Kidney diet chart by Karma Ayurveda Hospital

People battling with kidney diseases have a compromising condition where they necessarily have to adhere to the guidelines provided under the diet plan for kidney patients. The disorders may have entered the endocrine system, renal system, circulatory system by the inadequate manducating process. Most of us stand unaware of the fact that the kidneys are suffering from diseases, and they acquire treatment. There is no cure for diseases developing in the internal body, so even the allopathic doctors recommend changes in diet and lifestyle. During the treatment of chronic kidney diseases, the list of food cut down to short. Many factors are taken into consideration before recommending a diet chart for kidney patients. It was easier to prepare a diet plan previously when compared to now. Today, people have adapted themselves to eat and drink different types of foods. Our team of kidney expert, Dr. Puneet Dhawan, and dieticians at Karma Ayurveda Hospital, face patients asking numerous questions like ‘what fish to avoid with kidney disease and diabetes, kidney disease diet foods to avoid, chronic kidney diet food list, etc.’

So, we have decided to answer conclusively through this blog. The leading roles of kidneys are to filter the blood and produce urine. The obstructions coming in their ways may adversely affect the functioning of all the other organs that acquire blood (entire human body). An ideal renal diet includes foods low in sodium, potassium, phosphorus, and proteins. The emphasis of the kidney diet chart provided by Karma Ayurveda hospital is on enhancing the overall health of an individual.

Ayurveda diagnoses the diseases by finding the Dosha in three energies Vatta, Pitta, and Kapha. Every individual has its own dominant feature amongst these three energies. Viewing kidney disease through the eyes of Ayurveda, it is a Kapha Dosha that aggravates the levels of toxins in the body and obstructs the functioning of mutravaha srotra. As the body energies are different, the need for treatment differs. So, here the need for a tailored treatment occurs that only an Ayurvedacharya can provide.

You can have variants of foods available to choose from, but how will you identify which one for you, especially when your body is struggling with chronic kidney disease? Will you find that out on your own or would prefer the consideration of a specialist?

A diet chart includes the foods that can help you re-instate the body structure and its functioning with the best possible natural or organic ways. Ayurvedic kidney disease treatment provided by the kidney specialists provides the following diet chart for the speedy recovery:

An idyllic diet plan for kidney patient:

Mid- morning Skimmed milk with Marie Gold biscuits
Breakfast Vegetable Sooji Upma (once a week)

Or

Chapati with a bowl of bottle gourd vegetable.

Or

A bowl of vegetable porridge

Or

A bowl of roasted vermicelli

Or

Stuffed chapatti of boiled potatoes or onions

Lunch Chapati with a bowl of round gourd vegetables.

Or

Chapati with a bowl of yogurt.

Or

Chapati with a bowl of cottage cheese curry or egg curry.

Evening 1/2 cup tea with Marie Gold biscuit
Dinner Chapati with a bowl of Ridge Gourd vegetable.

Salad

Diet chart for kidney patients, who have Proteinuria and diabetes.

Before – Breakfast Drink a glass of soaked fenugreek water 1 cup
Mid-morning and evening Skimmed milk tea with Marie Gold biscuits
Breakfast Vegetable Sooji Upma (once a week)

Or

Chapati with a bowl of bottle gourd vegetable.

Or

A bowl of vegetable porridge

Or

A bowl of roasted vermicelli

Or

A  bowl vegan oats

Or two-piece of Rava Idli and ½ bowl of sambar

A  bowl wheat roasted vermicelli with vegetables

Before-lunch Have allowed fruits such as apples, watermelon, papaya, pear, and blackberries.
Lunch and Dinner Chapati with a bowl of Ridge Gourd vegetable.

Salad

Diet plan for kidney patients, who are on dialysis

Before – Breakfast ½ cup tea with digestive biscuits
Mid-morning and evening Have fruit salad (apple, pear, guava (without seeds) papaya,

Or

½ cup tea with digestive biscuits

Or

Wheat Vegan roll

Breakfast Stuffed paneer parantha in less oil

Or two boiled egg without yolk

Before-lunch Have fruits (apple,  watermelon, papaya, pear, blackberry)
Lunch and Dinner Chapati with a bowl of bottle gourd vegetable

Or

One or two pieces of skinless chicken

Different types of diets may help in the recovery from kidney diseases:

Atkins Diet: Atkins diet is a low-carb diet in which you can eat as much as protein and fat you want to eat by excluding the food, which contains a high amount of carbs. This diet is chosen to lose weight but is not much effective and takes a long time to lose weight. It focuses on maintaining the insulin level in your body and blood.

Zone Diet: The Zone diet is a disciplinary diet where you have to eat a specific amount of food. For instance, the ratio of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats should be 40%, 30%, and 30%, respectively. The zone diet is used to reduce the inflammatory effects that occur in the body.

Ketogenic Diet:  A diet containing high amounts of fats, low amounts of carbohydrates, and moderate amounts of protein are known as the Ketogenic diet. It is a preferable diet for the decades to treat epilepsy. This diet allows the burning of fat as fuel. This diet mainly includes avocados, coconut oil, olive oil, and Brazil nuts.

Vegetarian Diets: There are bifurcations of the vegetarian:

  • Lacto-vegetarian
  • Fruitarian vegetarian
  • Lacto-ovo-vegetarian
  • Living with a vegetarian food diet
  • Ovo-vegetarian diet
  • Pesco-vegetarian
  • Semi-vegetarian

A vegetarian diet includes grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, and eggs. Except for India, the egg is considered to be the part of vegetarian food only.

Vegan Diet: This diet is related to environmental and biological sentiments. A vegan doesn’t eat anything that comes out from animals or is an animal-based product. They only eat things made from plants and their extracts. Veganism believes that if veganism is followed, there would be less animal suffering.

Dukan Diet: It is a diet high in protein and low in carb, which is beneficial for weight loss.

South Beach Diet:  This diet was designed to cure people from getting into heart diseases, but soon it gained the popularity for losing weight.

Raw Diet Foods: As the name suggests, raw diet foods include foods that are raw and not processed. It is uncooked food, which is similar to the vegan diet.

Mediterranean Diets: The Mediterranean diet emphasizes plants and plant-based food, fresh fruits and vegetables, staples, olive oil, seeds, and dairy products. The diet also includes fish & poultry in a moderate amount.

Disclaimer: The information provided above is just for your reference. Please contact an Ayurvedacharya before application and adaptations.

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