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Raising urinary creatinine levels

source Step 1 Consume proteinrich foods to elevate your creatinine levels. According to Quest Diagnostics, a diet that is too low in protein causes lowered levels to show in urine testing. Foods such as chicken, lean beef and legumes are ideal sources of proteins. Eating green leafy vegetables as well as taking iron supplements is also a good idea, as lowered iron levels will also decrease your urinary creatinine levels. Step 2 Exercise regularly to increase lean muscle mass, suggests Dr. J. Singh of Medhelp.org. Walking, cycling, jogging and aerobic activity are ideal ways to increase lean muscle mass. Weight lifting also builds lean muscle mass, though you should work your way up starting with lighter weights and increasing gradually to heavier ones.  Step 3 Drink plenty of water daily to increase creatinine levels. According to Quest Diagnostics, dehydration can cause levels to decrease by reducing urinary output. Since creatinine is expelled in your urine, this decrease