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SOS Diet and Nutritients for Chronic Kidney Disease

Let us explore the reasons what constitutes SOS diet and is there any benefits to doing this SOS Diet - No salt No Oil No sugar Diet. To do that we need to face some facts and debunk some myths. Let us focus on science. There are many criticism about veganism, plant based diet by the omnivore community and vice versa. Here we will deal with the why SOS Diet - No salt No Oil No sugar Diet is prescribed. For that we need to look at the myths, rumors or confusions regarding the SOS Diet - No salt No Oil No sugar Diet.

Setting The base Value

What are the basic nutrition needed for a person to live per day. We need to set a base value before we start to analyse the nutrition facts. Here we will analyse major nutrients and their amount needed for the body to sustain without any issues. 

Calories - The average woman needs to eat about 2,000 calories and an the average man needs 2,500 calories to maintain per day.

Fat - It is about 44 grams to 77 grams of fat per day for a person who eat 2,000 calories a day.

Saturated Fat - For a person eating a 2000 calorie diet, this would be 22 grams of saturated fat or less per day.

Protein - The DRI (Dietary Reference Intake) is 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight, or 0.36 grams per pound. This amounts to: 56 grams per day for the average sedentary man. 46 grams per day for the average sedentary woman.

Sodium - The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends limiting sodium intake to less than 2,300 mg per day.

Carbohydrates - Between 225 and 325 grams of carbohydrates  for a person who eat 2,000 calories a day.

Folic acid - The recommended daily amount of folate for adults is 400 micrograms (mcg).

Vitamin E - Recommended daily intake of vitamin E is 15 mg (22.5 IU).

Vitamin D - Vitamin D intake is recommended at 400–800 IU/day, or 10–20 micrograms.'

Nitrate - Amounts from 0 to 3.7 mg/kg body weight/day, which is equivalent to the intake of 222 mg nitrate/day for an adult weighing 60 kg. Beetroots, lettuce, chard, arugula, and spinach have highest nitrate values. 

Lack of Nutrition

Many say that SOS Diet - No salt No Oil No sugar Diet will provide no nutrition at all. It will eventually starve people and will make them die. Is this true? Let us first see 
 Lets examine the nutrition facts of salt, Oil and sugar. T

Sugar Nutrition Value

Here are the sugar nutrition facts. From the below image it is evident that 100g sugar consist of 36% of carbohydrates and nothing else. There is no other nutrition values beside this. 

Sugar Nutrition Value

Salt Nutrition value

Let us check what is the nutrition value of the salt. 100g os salt contains 38758mg of sodium. Now imagine how much sodium will be a picked product would contain.

Salt Nutrition value

Oil Nutrition Value

Oils basically contains fat and no other vitamins or contents.

SOS Diet: Is it Hard

SOS diet is not hard at all. many people are following SOS diet and thereby improving their health. Here is a screenshot of how vegetable and fruits helped a person.

SOS Diet and Nutritients for Chronic Kidney Disease

It is advised to follow SOS diet for at least 2 weeks and see the result.