Proteinuria simply means the presence of ‘protein’ in the urine
Proteinuria is increased levels of protein in the urine. This condition can be a sign of kidney damage.
Proteins help build muscle and bone, regulate the amount of fluid in blood, combat infection and repair tissue. Normally proteins should remain in the blood, if proteins enter the urine they ultimately leave the body, which isn’t healthy.
When kidneys aren’t working properly protein gets into the urine - normally, glomeruli, which are tiny loops of capillaries (blood vessels) in the kidneys, filter waste products and excess water from the blood. If the glomeruli are damaged, there is a problem with the reabsorption process of the proteins, or if there is an excessive protein load, the proteins will flow into the urine.
Ayurvedic treatment for proteinuria can manage all the causes of the proteinuria and can prevent kidneys from being damaged. The proteinuria treatment usually depends upon the causes of the proteinuria and involved dosha. Each condition and the causes require different treatments. Ayurvedic Treatment is the only therapy that can manage all these conditions safely. The treatment might include herbal medicines, diet changes, weight loss, and light exercise. The Ayurvedic doctor may recommend some herbal medicines and different Ayurvedic procedures depending on the need and discretion of the physician.
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Increase intake of barley in diet
Turmeric and cinnamon combination is beneficial
Karela juice or white pumpkin 20-30 ml on an empty stomach may be beneficial
Avoid sugar, rice, potato,
Avoid ghee, butter, fat, regular oil,
Start exercising regularly