One of my relation's S. creatinine level is 2.20mg/dl. Could you suggest me what kinds of dal (Pulses) can he eat such as Moong, Arhoor, chhola, dashi motor etc. also mustered seed.
Looking for your kind advice
For creatinine values the normal ranges are 0.5 to 1.0 mg/dL (about 45-90 μmol/l) for women and 0.7 to 1.2 mg/dL (60-110 μmol/l) for men. Elevated creatinine level signifies impaired kidney function or kidney disease. A more precise test is the creatinine clearance test, which measures how well creatinine is removed from the blood by the kidneys. A creatinine clearance test gives better information than a blood creatinine test on how well the kidneys are working. So, please ask your doctor for this test. Also, the dhals may not cause any changes to the creatinine values.
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