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Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Eat Raisins

Can Nephrotic Syndrome Patients Eat RaisinsRaisins are dried grapes, which packed with rich sources of energy, vitamins and minerals. Can Nephrotic Syndrome patients eat raisins? With the help of online doctor, you can get the answer directly. You can also go on reading to find the answer by yourself.

Nephrotic Syndrome patients indeed have many restrictions on diet, for example, they have to restrict the intake of protein to reduce proteinuria and they have to restrict sodium intake to relieve swelling. As to raisins, moderate intake can bring you many health benefits. Now let’s see some of them.

Raisins help you lower blood cholesterol level.

Not a few Nephrotic Syndrome patients have hyperlipemia. The high content of dietary fiber in raisins can help you lower blood cholesterol and prevent the bad cholesterol from being oxidized so as to reduce your risk of heart disease.

Raisins help you improve anemia.

Anemia is also very common among Nephrotic Syndrome patients. And with the progression of kidney disease, anemia will become worse and worse. Raisins have a good amount of iron as well as B-complex vitamins which help to treat anemia. The copper present in raisins also helps in the production of red blood cells.

Raisins help you improve constipation.

Because of diet restriction, many Nephrotic Syndrome patients suffer from constipation. The fiber and tartaric acid in raisins can help your improve bowel movement.

Other health benefits of raisins

Raisins can also help you lower blood pressure, control diabetes,prevent weight gain, strengthen bones, etc.

Can Nephrotic Syndrome patients eat raisins? From the above article, we can see that moderate raisin intake is very good, but too much intake can bring you many problems, such as diarrhea, stomach upset, indigestion, nausea, etc. Therefore, you should be careful adding too many raisins into your diet. If you still have any other questions, please leave a message below or send emails to igacure@gmail.com.

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