On the other hand, our data also showed that a low-protein diet
during pregnancy did not change maternal serum levels of the albumin, total protein, globulin, urea, and creatinine.
Although not evaluated, it seems that mice fed on a low-protein diet
early in life followed by a regular diet in adulthood also develop decreased insulin clearance.
The benefits of a low-protein diet
could be summarized as follows: preservation of kidney function, improvement of hyperphosphatemia and hyperkalemia, decrease in urinary protein excretion, improvement of subjective symptoms, reduction of complications, and prolongation of hemodialysis-free interval.
In addition, we investigated 60 children suffering from inborn errors of metabolism on a low-protein diet
(phenylketonuria; organic acidurias, such as methylmalonic aciduria, propionic acidemia, and isovaleric acidemia; tyrosinemia type 1; and urea cycle defects).
The first group received a standard diet, while the second received a low-protein diet
. To control for maternal influences, all females were fed the same, standard diet.
For five years the Toon-loving lad survived on a low-protein diet
but his condition rapidly deteriorated and when he was seven a brain injury saw him diagnosed with cerebral palsy, leaving him wheelchair-bound.
Your vet may also recommend a low-protein diet
, so his kidneys don't have to work so hard.
Treatment, which is directed at slowing the loss of kidney function, includes intravenous or subcutaneous fluids along with a low-phosphorus, high-quality low-protein diet
. Additionally, phosphate binders, antacids, antiemetics [anti-nausea medicine] and blood pressure medications may be prescribed.
Washington, July 26 ( ANI ): Earlier studies have shown that the offspring of mothers on a low-protein diet
are more likely to develop hypertension as adults - now scientists know how.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a new Study revealed that the offspring of mothers on a low-protein diet
are more likely to develop hypertension as adults.
Interestingly, we found that low-protein diet
decreased VLDL secretion at all time points with no statistical significance (Figure 2B).
However, when the group being fed a high-protein diet was switched to a low-protein diet
, the cancer foci decreased sharply.