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Can IgA Nephropathy Patients Consume Beetroot

Can IgA Nephropathy Patients Consume BeetrootCan IgA Nephropathy patients consume beetroot? Beetroot is a good consumption in our daily life. It is a root vegetable with dark, purple and pink flesh. Due to its high nutritive value and great taste, beetroot is deeply loved by many people. IgA Nephropathy is an illness that can be affected severely by improper diet. Therefore, many people asked if they can consume beetroot with diagnosis of IgA Nephropathy.

In our daily life, beetroot can be consumed alone or with combined with any salad vegetable. It is an excellent source of folate, manganese, and betaines which can help to reduce the concentration of homocysteine, a substance that may increase people’s risk for heart disease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease by damaging blood vessels. IgA Nephropathy is a kidney problem that only affects kidney condition in the very beginning. However, with the development of illness, much of toxins which should be excreted through kidney will build up in the blood. Under such a condition, not only kidney, but also many other body systems like gastrointestinal tract, blood system, skin, and bone will be affected gradually. Vascular disease is the most life-threatening complication of heart failure and also the leading one cause for kidney disease patients to lose their life. For IgA Nephropathy, they may suffer no severe complications or symptoms in early stage, but when illness condition runs to end stage, they will run high risk for various complications such as vascular disease. Since beetroot can help to reduce the concentration of homocysteine, it is helpful for lowering people’s risk for stroke and heart disease. Viewed from this point, IgA Nephropathy patients are allowed to consume beetroot.

Beetroot is helpful for IgA Nephropathy patients to some extent, but in some cases, patients are not suggested to eat it due to the high potassium level and high phosphorus level in it. IgA Nephropathy is a kidney problem and meanwhile it can cause electrolyte disturbance which usually presents as high potassium and high phosphorus level in blood. Therefore, for IgA Nephropathy patients who is told to have elevated potassium and phosphorus level in blood, they should be careful about the intake of beetroot.

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