I am a 67-year-old male with a weight 143 lbs and height of 171 cm. I have been suffering from chronic kidney disease and post PTCA care for 17 years. I was diagnosed 15 months back with serum creatinine to be around 5 and am on medications for 15 months. I am a non-diabetic. In the last 15 months, I have lost 30 lbs. Monthly renal lab tests are being done. Six months ago, my serum creatinine was 4.4, hemoglobin was 12.9, uric acid 3.7.
I want to know about my diet. I am a non-vegetarian. Presently I am taking 50 to 60 g of chicken or one egg white or two small pieces of fish thrice a week. I am on restricted use of pulses, tamarind, lemons, milk products, fruits in any form, limited to one liter of water per day, very less salt, no cool drinks, outside food, spices, sweets. I am hungry all the day. My urine output is 1500 mL per day. Protein is 2+.
Please advise me the suitable diet particularly non-veg. I am at present on rice in lunch and rice items for both breakfast and dinner with vegetables like capsicum, bottle guard, ladies finger, cauliflower, carrot, and cabbage. I do not take chilies. How can I improve the quality of life and eating? I am able to walk slowly for 30 minutes daily. I am not able to stand in a queue for not more than five minutes. If I sit for five minutes I am alright.
I am on the following medicines:
- Tablet KetoCheck two tablet three times daily.
- Tablet Sevanix 400 mg three times daily.
- Tablet Nocidos 500 mg three times daily.
- Tablet Celerab 20 one daily.
- Capsule Nephrovit-Fe one daily.
- Capsule Lobun Forte one daily.
- Capsule Calci CZ one daily.
- Tablet Febuget 40 mg once daily.
- Clopilet 75 mg once daily.
I have also enclosed recent lab reports for your reference. Please advise.