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    My creatinine level is rising

    My creatinine level has risen to 1.3 and my doctor has expressed concern. I am prediabetic. My A1c was 6.3 a month ago, but I have started eating primal and I expect it will be better at my next test. I know that one of the common criticisms of carbohydrate-restricted diets is that they are high in protein and high protein can disrupt kidney function. I am expecting to hear from my doctor that I am eating too much protein. I eat about 100 grams of protein a day. I am eating more than what is reasonable on a primal diet?

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    While there is some evidence that protein is bad when kidneys are already damaged, there is no evidence that a high protein intake damages kidneys. Take for example the body building and power lifting communities where protein is worshiped. You don't see a high incidence of kidney issues. If there were causation then that's were you would expect to see it most rampant.

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    Jea. Eat as much as you need to meet your goals, whatever they may be.

    Where is the evidence? http://www.jissn.com/content/1/1/45

    Isn't it kind of fallacious to suggest that increasing workload necessarily causes problems? like Daemonized said, it is a bad thing if your kidneys suck.
    Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.

    Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!

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