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i am 35 year old male. my blood urea is 48 mg/dl, serum creatinine is 0.7 mg/dl and urine for micro albumin is 28 mg/L. Please help and give me a diet chart. I am very upset and depress.
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replied February 28th, 2017
The first rule of eating is knowing your body.

The second rule of eating is picking a goal and sticking to it for more than a month.

When it comes to building the right diet for you, simply avoiding what didn’t work in the past or blindly following what appears to work now is important

When you’re choosing, planning and cooking meals, there are many factors to consider. You want to make sure the meals that you’re planning are nutritious, tasty and budget-friendly while also accommodating everyone’s dietary needs.

Hence it would be recommended for you to consult a dietician in person so that specific diet plans can be prepared .


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