Hi, this is Robert Galarowicz, founder of HealthyKidneyInc.com which is all about helping people treat their chronic kidney disease naturally.
In today’s video, I’ll be discussing a bit about the best diabetic nephropathy diet and what you can do to keep your diabetes in check using a sensible diet.
When it comes to natural diabetic nephropathy treatment, one of the best diet tips to follow is adopting a lower sodium diet, that means limiting salt and seasoning food with herbs and spices instead.
As evidenced by some recent research, the right diet could improve diabetic symptoms to the point of reversing it completely in some patients. Diabetes and kidney disease can be a vicious cycle with symptoms making each other worse and putting greater strain on the kidneys, so it’s important to get ahold of it using the right diet and supplements.
Limiting sodium and keeping your salt intake down is as simple as opting for lower sodium foods, fresh and frozen as opposed to stewed, pickled and canned foods. The diabetic nephropathy diet to help keep diabetes symptoms under control involves this along with several other diabetic diet tips.
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