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Home > Learn about kidney disease > Chronic Kidney Disease > CKD Diet >

Some Kinds Of Materials May Cause More Damage To Your Kidney

2018-10-20 14:41

To most kidney patients they must take good care of their daily life to avoid the further damage to their kidney,for these foods and medicines can worsen kidney disease

First place: Carambola

Studies have shown that carambola contains a neurotoxin that affects the brain and nerves. For patients with kidney disease, especially after renal insufficiency, the renal drainage filtration function declines, and these toxins cannot be discharged in time, which will aggravate the condition. , causing harm to the body.

Specific toxin components are still under further investigation. Therefore, patients with kidney disease should carefully choose to eat carambola or drink starfruit juice.

Second place: Snake gall and other animal gallbladder

The gallbladder is where the bile is concentrated and stored, and gall bladder in unprocessed animals is poisonous. The “new health” news that had spread widely in the past was that eating snakes can cure diseases. In fact, there is absolutely no scientific basis for this. In particular, there are rumors in the market that the fresher the better, it is actually wrong.

The serpentin medicine used by traditional Chinese medicine is deep-processed and dis-poisoned and cannot be confused.

The same patient with kidney disease eats animal gall bladder such as snake gall, not only can not cure the disease, but also may be life-threatening due to toxin accumulation and increase.

Second place: Crayfish

Many kidney friends find it hard to believe that normal people eat crayfish and nothing is wrong.

The reason why the crawfish is dangerous is mainly due to the increase of patients with acute Renal failure due to rhabdomyolysis caused by eating crayfish in recent years. Although it has not yet been discovered, which component of the crayfish is “to blame”.

However, every kidney patients should be careful, after all, the injured kidney can no longer withstand the “second strike.”

After you have read the comments above you can get more information to avoid the damage to kidney,and if you have other any questions please contact us through the following:

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