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Is Garlic Good For An Impaired Kidney In Nephrotic Syndrome

Is Garlic Good For An Impaired Kidney In Nephrotic SyndromeGarlic is a common seasoning and a widely used vegetable in a variety of recipes. Throughout history and folklore, garlic also was useful as a preservative, a medicine and even to ward off evil. However, as we all know that Nephrotic Syndrome patients usually have a strict diet plan required by their nutritionists for the impaired kidney. Well then, is garlic good for an impaired kidney in nephrotic syndrome?

After many years of clinical experiments, in general, garlic has a wide variety of benefits for nephrotic syndrome patients.

1. Lower high blood pressure

Almost all the nephrotic syndrome patients will suffer from many sever symptoms caused by impaired kidney, among which, high blood pressure and diabetes are seen commonly. It is proved that garlic is very useful to lower high blood pressure and good for diabetes patients so as to help reduce potential renal damages and control the further illness progression.

2. Lower cholesterol, promote vasodilation

Experts tell us that garlic also has the benefits of inhibiting formation of blood clots, preventing arteriosclerosis as well as antiseptic and antiphlogistic. But in this situation, we must remind patients that raw garlic is spicy and has ceratin stimulation to the patient’s gastrointestinal tract, therefore kidney disease patients should have too much raw garlic. The other spicy and stimulating foods also include tobacco, hot pepper, alcohol, etc.

3. Other benefits

In addition, used as a medicine, garlic also has many other health benefits for the patients’ overall body. For example, it can be used to treat cold, infections, heart problems and certain cancers.

In a word, garlic is good as long as nephrotic syndrome patients don’t have greatly serious conditions. Of course, if you have special case, go and consult directly your doctors or leave us a message below, we will tell the most useful suggestions about is garlic good for an impaired kidney in nephrotic syndrome just depending on your specific illness conditions.

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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