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Fruit and Vegetables to Eat for Patients of Proteinuria with Nephrotic Syndrome

Fruit and Vegetables to Eat for Patients of Proteinuria with Nephrotic SyndromeFor patients of proteinuria with Nephrotic Syndrome, they are often recommended to eat a low protein, low sodium and low fat diet. Besides, they are also encouraged to eat fresh fruit and vegetables. What are the fruit and vegetables to eat for patients of proteinuria with Nephrotic Syndrome?

Fresh vegetables and fruits with rich vitamins

Vitamins play an important role in keeping the health of body. They can boost immune system and protect you from cold, infection and some other diseases so as to reduce the risk of relapse. Besides, taking vitamin C along with conventional high blood pressure medications appear to decrease blood pressure. In addition, most of them can help you ease inflammation.

Vegetables and fruits such as bell peppers, guava, cranberries, lemon and goose berries are all good source of vitamins.

Fresh vegetables and fruits with rich fiber

Because too much protein leaks out of body, your body will secrete lipoprotein so as to cause hyperlipemia. High fiber is helpful for lowering cholesterol level so as to decrease the risk of heart disease. Fiber may also reduce the risk of gallstones and kidney stones as well as lowering blood sugar.

Onions, sweet potatoes, almonds, cauliflower, beans and so on are all rich in fiber.

Precaution

Though these vegetables and fruit are good for you, it dose not mean you can eat freely. Because some of them are high in potassium. Moderate consumption of potassium can help you counteract the effect of sodium so as to help you alleviate edema and high blood pressure, but if your potassium level is higher than the normal level, you should limit their intake.

The detailed suggestion about what fruit and vegetables to eat for patients of proteinuria with Nephrotic Syndrome can be acquired from online doctor. If you would like to live a healthy life, you had to pay more attention to your diet.

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