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Can I Eat Pineapple With Nephrotic Syndrome

Can I Eat Pineapple With Nephrotic SyndromeCan I eat pineapple with nephrotic syndrome? As a Nephrotic Syndrome patient, your diet indeed plays an important role in helping slow down the nephrotic syndrome progression thus to avoid dialysis or kidney transplant to a large extent. And it may be controlled strictly by your doctors and you should pay close attention to every food consumed from dinner table. Pineapple is a common tropic fruit with lots of benefits, so it is loved by many people, of course, including nephrotic syndrome patients. Well then, can I eat pineapple with nephrotic syndrome?

Honestly speaking, if you are a healthy people, pineapple indeed will bring lots of benefits to the body, such as:

1. Build and maintain strong bones.

2. Improve digestion.

3. Increase the risk of some certain cancers and diabetic heart disease.

4. Good source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6 and vitamin C.

5. Relive sore throats, bronchitis and arthritis.

However, the fact is always very cruel. Even though pineapple has so many health benefits, nephrotic syndrome patients still should be careful. On the one hand, because pineapple is a good source of potassium, for those nephrotic syndrome patients who are diagnosed with high levels of potassium which can lead to heart problems and breathing problems at the same time, they are suggested to eat less pineapple under the guidance of their doctors. On the other hand, it is proved that pineapple seems to reduce the time taken to coagulate the blood which is not good for those with kidney and liver disease.

Finally, after read this article, if you still can not sure whether you can eat pineapple with nephrotic syndrome, the best way suggested is to talk with your doctors immediately or send your recent check report to igacure@gmail.com as soon as possible, our nutritionists will list all the foods you can and can not eat in your daily life. Please remember we are fighting against nephrotic syndrome together with you.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.

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