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Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a group of disorders that result from the formation and progressive enlargement of cysts in the kidneys without dysplasia, usually leading to renal failure.

Is Malt and Peak Milk Good for High Creatine

2015-05-15 02:28

Is Malt and Peak Milk Good for High CreatineIs malt and peak milk good for high creatinine? Well, whether you can take them depends on the real causes of high creatinine levels. Therefore, you are suggested to do a test, or you can send your test report to us at pkdclinic888@hotmail.com and our doctor on duty will answer your questions in details. This consultation online is free.

In the following passages, I would like to give you more information about creatinine, so that you can take some precautions yourself.

What are the causes of high creatinine?

-Diet resource. Creatinine is a breakdown product that's produced in proportion to active muscle mass and dietary intake of animal flesh. Therefore, it is common to see people who have mass muscles have higher creatinine level than others. In addition, of people take large amount of meat, they are likely to have increased creatinine.

-Low kidney blood. Creatinine is a kind of waste discharged by kidneys. If blood flow passing through kidneys reduces, it result in a decrease in the filtration and clearance of creatine and other substances. Reduced blood flow can be related to heart failure, artery disease or severe dehydration. People are suggested to take a kidney function test.

Is malt and peak milk good for high creatinine?

If you can exclude kidney damage, you can take malt and peak milk. However, if high creatinine is the result of decreased kidney function, neither malt nor peak milk is OK to be consumed, since they are will burden the kidneys to remove more wastes.

People with kidney function insufficiency are required to reduce protein, sodium or even potassium intake, to protect the kidney function. For detailed suggestion, you can consult our doctor online directly. He or she is always ready to help anyone who needs help.

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