Dietary and Nutrition on Chronic Kidney Disease
Dietary patterns and nutritional settings are one of the important aspects in the management of chronic kidney disease. This relates to the delay of dialysis therapy, preventing disease or progresifitas staging and controlling other symptoms. The study aims to review dietary patterns that correspond to people with chronic kidney disease. This study uses the review literature method by reviewing several international articles that correspond to the original purpose. The study was compiled with a review literature method with searches through the ProQuest, PubMed, ScienceDirect, EBSCOhost, Cinahl, Medline and Wiley Online Library databases by using clear keywords. Search for articles using the keyword "nutrition CKD". The use of this keyword displays 12766 articles and then suffered depreciation because researchers limited the periode of publication is 2016-2020 to 8064. Re-narrowing is done with the addition of a keyword "diet and nutrition CKD" to 7823 articles. Of this number, researchers selected 5 articles that fit focus. Based on overall analitical, the restriction of protein intake, sugar, salt and increase in vegetable and fruit intake is a recommended dietary strategy for disease stability. The stability of the disease intended is no worsening kidney function, balanced body composition, and delayed initiation of dialysis therapy. In order to be optimally controlled, sufferers should have a record of daily nutritional settings by utilizing health care services.
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