New Dietary Method to Improve Gut-Kidney Axis in CKD
Shaw Watanabe1* and Shu Wakino2
1Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan
2Tokushima University, Japan
*Corresponding Author: Shaw Watanabe, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan.
July 01, 2022; Published: July 12, 2022
The number of chronic kidney disease patients (CKD) is increasing worldwide. The low protein diet was a traditional treatment to decrease proteinuria , and it was the only method until the 1960s’ when hemodialysis was implemented. Since the 1980s, development of anti-hypertensive, anti-diabetic, diuretic drugs and recent SGL-2 inhibitors ignores the usefulness of low protein diet therapy.
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