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Kidney And Cucumber In IgA Nephropathy

Kidney And Cucumber In IgA NephropathyOnce diagnosed with IgA Nephropathy, the patients need to pay close attention to their diet. But designing a reasonable and healthy diet for them is not so easy, which needs to depend on their specific conditions. The other day, a patient asked us what is the relationship between kidney and cucumber? And can the patients with IgA nephropathy eat cucumber? OK, let us answer the question.

As we all know, cucumber is a kind of vegetable, but many people eat it as a snack, because it is not only rich in nutrition but also crisp.

To the patients with diabetic nephropathy, they can eat more cucumber. Because eating cucumber can help lose weight due to inhibiting the sugar transform into fat. That is to say, for obese people, eating cucumber is also good to their health. So, how about the patients with IgA nephropathy?

The diet for IgA nephropathy patients is very strict due to their special condition, such as foods with low-sodium, low-potassium, low-phosphorus, low- quantity but high-quality protein, abundant vitamin and mineral substance, etc. As we all know cucumber not only is rich in vitamin and mineral substance, but has medicinal value, which can provide the IgA nephropathy patients with enough nutrition. So, it is beneficial for the patients with IgA nephropathy. But in this case, you had better peel cucumber before you eat in order to avoid having pesticide residue on the cucumber peel.

But because cucumber belongs to the cold food, it is not good to the spleen and stomach. And the spleen and stomach of the patients with IgA nephropathy is as weak as their low resistance. In view of this, the patients with IgA nephropathy can’t eat cucumber too much.

From the above, cucumber is good for the IgA nephropathy patients, and they can eat it. But how much they can eat is up to their conditions.

If you still have doubts on the question about the relationships between kidney and cucumber in IgA nephropathy or want to know more about IgA nephropathy, please leave your message below or send an email to igacure@gmail.com to contact us, we are very glad to help you. Hope you get well soon.

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