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Can You Eat Red Peppers with IgA Nephropathy

Can You Eat Red Peppers with IgA NephropathyFor healthy people, they can enjoy whatever they like to eat and drink, but for IgA Nephropathy patients, due to impaired kidney function, they have to restrict certain food intake. Red pepper is a kind of vegetable very common to be seen in the daily. Can you red peppers with IgA Nephropathy?

IgA Nephropathy patients can eat red peppers.

Red peppers are a good source of fiber, vitamins and the minerals molybdenum and manganese. They are all good for health. For example,

-Infection and cold can induce frequent hematuria for IgA Nephropathy patients. Vitamin C can power up your immune system so as to reduce the chance of infection and cold. Besides, vitamin C helps the proper absorption of iron, which can relieve anemia to certain extent.

-For kidney patients, there is always kidney inflammation. Besides, they often have joint pain due to inflammation caused by uric acids depositing in joints. Red bell peppers contain several phytochemicals and carotenoids, particularly beta-carotene, which lavish you with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

-Red bell peppers contain vitamin B6, which is a natural diuretic, so eating red peppers can help you reduce bloating and prevent against high blood pressure.

How to recognize whether certain food is good for IgA Nephropathy patients?

Now we have known that red peppers are good choice for IgA Nephropathy patients. In the following, let’s see how to recognize whether certain food is good for IgA Nephropathy patients. As a matter as fact, the patients do not have strict diet restriction on fruits and vegetables. What they should pay attention is the content of potassium and phosphorus if their blood potassium level or phosphorus level is higher than the normal level. Besides, vegetables and fruits high in oxalic acid should also be avoided as well, because the kidneys can not remove them from the blood and they easily form into kidney stone, worsening your disease.

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