Dietary Metabolites and Chronic Kidney Disease.

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kidney failure 1 nephrologydiseases
metabolic acidosis 1 nephrologydiseases
chronic kidney disease 2 nephrologydiseases

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chronic kidney disease 512 4/2017Publication date (collection): 4/2017AbstractDietary contents and their metabolites are closely related to chronic kidney disease (CKD) progression. Advanced glycated end products (AGEs) are a type of uremic toxin produced by glycation.
chronic kidney disease 24438 preclinical and clinical studies are needed to identify effective interventions.Figure 1Glycative stress and chronic kidney disease (CKD). Glycative stress caused by uremic toxins, such as AGEs, derived from glycation is closely associated
kidney failure 2660 uremic toxins [[5]]. Uremic toxins, mainly derived from dietary metabolites, are not only the result of kidney failure but also promote the progression of CKD via induction of various pathogenic stress signals [[6]]. In
metabolic acidosis 15026 deteriorates kidney function in the long-term [[63]]. Therefore, higher dietary acid load can result in metabolic acidosis and is associated with incident CKD and faster kidney disease progression in patients with CKD [[64]].

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