Early stage kidney disease is known as microalbuminuria. It is easily detected as proteins begin to show up in small amounts in your urine, due to the filtration ability of your kidneys being reduced. Strict control of blood sugar levels has been shown to reduce your chances of microalbuminuria by one third, and the chances of microalbuminuria advancing to macroalbuminuria (end stage kidney disease), by one half. Some studies appear to show that microalbuminuria can even be reversed by tight blood sugar control.
Type 2 diabetics at risk for renal failure can minimize their risk by controlling both their blood sugar and blood pressure by:
-losing weight if you are overweight or obese, and
-by replacing some of the protein in your diet with high fiber complex carbohydrates.
And when pampering your kidneys, don't forget that old piece of advise: "drink plenty of water". This will help keep you clear of many kidney and urinary tract problems
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