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Can I Eat Turnip Greens with Nephrotic Syndrome

Can I Eat Turnip Greens with Nephrotic SyndromeTurnip green is a very healthy food packed with rich vitamins, minerals and phytonutrient content. Can I eat turnip greens with Nephrotic Syndrome? Go on reading to find the answer.

Health benefits of turnip greens

-Detoxify the blood

Antioxidants in turnip boost phase 1 detoxification activities and sulfur-containing nutrients in turnip boosts phase 2 activities. Besides, glucosinolates in turnip can help activate detoxification enzymes and regulate their activity. A good detoxification system helps you detoxify the blood so as to help you protect your kidneys from being damaged further.


With Nephrotic Syndrome, there is kidney inflammation. Waste builds up in the blood also cause inflammation in joints and some other parts, leading to joint pain. Vitamin K and omega-3 fatty acids in turnip greens can inhibit inflammatory response to reduce their damage.

-Improve anemia

Anemia is also a common complication of Nephrotic Syndrome, which results from EPO and iron deficiency. Eating Vitamin C with foods high in iron maximizes the body’s ability to absorb iron. Turnip greens are an excellent source of vitamin C and iron.

-Control Diabetes

Diabetes is a cause of Nephrotic Syndrome. The high fiber content of turnip greens helps you lower glucose levels. Alpha-lipoic acid in turnip greens increase insulin sensitivity and prevent oxidative stress-induced changes in patients with diabetes. It also decreases in peripheral neuropathy in diabetics.

-Protect your cardiovascular system

Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death for Nephrotic Syndrome patients. Turnip greens can lower cholesterol level in the blood because of its dietary fiber. It can also reduce the unwanted inflammation in creating problems for our blood vessels so as to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease.

Can I eat turnip greens with Nephrotic Syndrome? Yes, you can. But you should control the amount of daily intake. For more information about Nephrotic Syndrome healthy living, please contact online doctor or leave a message below.

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