Chronic Kidney Disease Supplements for improving kidney function and avoiding kidney failure
Should supplements be part of your strategy to beat Chronic Kidney Disease and avoid kidney failure, or should you stay away from kidney disease supplements? Dadvice TV shares its experience with common supplements used by those with chronic kidney disease that has helped avoid kidney failure and address my vitamin d deficiency. Some of the common chronic kidney disease supplements doctors recommend include Vitamin D (for vitamin d deficiency), CoQ10 (for heart health), ProRenal+D multivitamin, B6, B12, and others. A low level of these could be a sign of kidney disease or a sign of kidney failure. Dadvice TV speaks to the benefits and dangers of using chronic kidney disease supplements – always consult with your doctor before adding or changing ANY supplements in your diet. Using the right supplements can help avoid kidney failure and improve kidney function, whereas using the wrong supplements can damage your kidneys and reduce kidney function.
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Almost all vitamins and minerals come from the foods you eat. Your body cannot make these substances. People with healthy kidneys who eat a variety of foods from all the food groups (meats, grains, fruits, vegetables, and dairy products) can get lots of vitamins and minerals. But if you have chronic kidney disease or are on dialysis, your diet may limit some food groups; therefore, you may not be getting all the vitamins and minerals you need each day. You may need to take some in the form of supplements.
Having chronic kidney disease changes your need for some nutrients. Some of the reasons are:
• The waste products that build up in your body each day can change the way your body uses vitamins and minerals.
• Some of the medicines you take can change the way your body uses certain vitamins and minerals.
• Some vitamins are lost during dialysis treatment.
• Following a diet for chronic kidney disease can mean you miss certain vitamins and minerals from some food groups.
• On days when you may not feel well enough to eat regular meals, you may not get enough daily vitamins and minerals.
• Having chronic kidney disease changes your body’s ability to make some vitamins. An example is vitamin D.
Renal Multivitamins like ProRenal+D can help chronic kidney disease patients to replace the missing vitamins from their body, including Vitamin D. ProRenal with Vitamin D is also available with Omega 3 which is the version I take. This is a very common multivitamin for chronic kidney disease patients that their doctor or dietitian recommends. I personally take ProRenal+D daily as part of my chronic kidney disease treatment strategy.