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Top 15 Healthy Foods for People with Kidney Disease


Top 15 Healthy Foods for People with Kidney
Disease. Researchers are discovering more and more
links between chronic diseases, inflammation and “super foods” that may prevent or
protect against undesirable fatty acid oxidation, a condition that occurs when the oxygen in
your body reacts with fats in your blood and your cells. Oxidation is a normal process for energy production
and many chemical reactions in the body, but excessive oxidation of fats and cholesterol
creates molecules known as free radicals that can damage your proteins, cell membranes and
genes. Heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease,
Parkinson’s disease and other chronic and degenerative conditions have been linked to
oxidative damage. However, foods that contain antioxidants can
help neutralize free radicals and protect the body. Many of the foods that protect against oxidation
are included in the kidney diet and make excellent choices for dialysis patients or people with
chronic kidney disease (CKD). Eating healthy foods, working with a renal
dietitian and following a renal diet made up of kidney-friendly foods is important for
people with kidney disease because they experience more inflammation and have a higher risk for
cardiovascular disease. 1. Red bell peppers
Red bell peppers are low in potassium and high in flavor, but that’s not the only
reason they’re perfect for the kidney diet. These tasty vegetables are also an excellent
source of vitamin C and vitamin A, as well as vitamin B6, folic acid and fiber. Red bell peppers are good for you because
they contain lycopene, an antioxidant that protects against certain cancers. Eat red bell peppers raw with dip as a snack
or appetizer, or mix them into tuna or chicken salad. You can also roast peppers and use them as
a topping on sandwiches or lettuce salads, chop them for an omelet, add them to kabobs
on the grill or stuff peppers with ground turkey or beef and bake them for a main dish. 2. Cabbage
A cruciferous vegetable, cabbage is packed full of phytochemicals, chemical compounds
in fruit or vegetables that break up free radicals before they can do damage. Many phytochemicals are also known to protect
against and fight cancer, as well as foster cardiovascular health. High in vitamin K, vitamin C and fiber, cabbage
is also a good source of vitamin B6 and folic acid. Low in potassium and low in cost, it’s an
affordable addition to the kidney diet. Raw cabbage makes a great addition to the
dialysis diet as coleslaw or topping for fish tacos. You can steam, microwave or boil it, add butter
or cream cheese plus pepper or caraway seeds and serve it as a side dish. Cabbage Rolls Made with Turkey are a great
appetizer, and if you’re feeling fancy, you can stuff a cabbage with ground meat and
bake it for a flavorful meal bursting with nutrients. 3. Cauliflower
Another cruciferous vegetable, cauliflower is high in vitamin C and a good source of
folate and fiber. It’s also packed full of indoles, glucosinolates
and thiocyanates—compounds that help the liver neutralize toxic substances that could
damage cell membranes and DNA. Serve it raw as crudités with dip, add it
to a salad, or steam or boil it and season with spices such as turmeric, curry powder,
pepper and herb seasonings. You can also make a nondairy white sauce,
pour it over the cauliflower and bake until tender. You can pair cauliflower with pasta or even
mash cauliflower as a dialysis diet replacement for mashed potatoes. 4. Garlic
Garlic helps prevent plaque from forming on your teeth, lowers cholesterol and reduces
inflammation. Buy it fresh, bottled, minced or powdered,
and add it to meat, vegetable or pasta dishes. You can also roast a head of garlic and spread
on bread. Garlic provides a delicious flavor and garlic
powder is a great substitute for garlic salt in the dialysis diet. 5. Onions
Onion, a member of the Allium family and a basic flavoring in many cooked dishes, contains
sulfur compounds which give it its pungent smell. But in addition to making some people cry,
onions are also rich in flavonoids, especially quercetin, a powerful antioxidant that works
to reduce heart disease and protects against many cancers. Onions are low in potassium and a good source
of chromium, a mineral that helps with carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. Try using a variety of onions including white,
brown, red and others. Eat onions raw on burgers, sandwiches and
in salads, cook them and use as a caramelized topping or fry them into onion rings. Include onions in recipes such as Italian
Beef with Peppers and Onions. 6. Apples
Apples have been known to reduce cholesterol, prevent constipation, protect against heart
disease and reduce the risk of cancer. High in fiber and anti-inflammatory compounds,
an apple a day may really keep the doctor away. Good news for people with kidney disease who
already have their share of doctor visits. This kidney diet winner can be paired with
the previous good-for-you food, onions, to make a unique Apple Onion Omelet. With versatile apples you can eat them raw,
make baked apples, stew apples, make them into apple sauce, or drink them as apple juice
or apple cider. 7. Cranberries
These tangy, tasty berries are known to protect against bladder infections by preventing bacteria
from sticking to the bladder wall. In a similar way, cranberries also protect
the stomach from ulcer-causing bacteria and protect the lining of the gastrointestinal
(GI) tract, promoting GI health. Cranberries have also been shown to protect
against cancer and heart disease. Cranberry juice and cranberry sauce are the
most frequently consumed cranberry products. You can also add dried cranberries to salads
or have them as a snack. 8. Blueberries
Blueberries are high in antioxidant phytonutrients called anthocyanidins, which give them their
blue color, and they are bursting with natural compounds that reduce inflammation. Blueberries are a good source of vitamin C;
manganese, a compound that keeps your bones healthy; and fiber. They may also help protect the brain from
some of the effects of aging. Antioxidants in blueberries and other berries
have been shown to help slow bone breakdown in rats made to be low in estrogen. Buy blueberries fresh, frozen or dried, and
try them in cereal or , topped with whipped topping, in a fruit smoothie. You can also drink blueberry juice. 9. Raspberries
Raspberries contain a phytonutrient called ellagic acid which helps neutralize free radicals
in the body to prevent cell damage. They also contain flavonoids called anthocyanins,
antioxidants which give them their red color. An excellent source of manganese, vitamin
C, fiber and folate, a B vitamin, raspberries may have properties that inhibit cancer cell
growth and tumor formation. Add raspberries to cereal, or puree and sweeten
them to make a dessert sauce or add them to vinaigrette dressing. 10. Strawberries
Strawberries are rich in two types of phenols: anthocyanins and ellagitannins. Anthocyananins are what give strawberries
their red color and are powerful antioxidants that help protect body cell structures and
prevent oxidative damage. Strawberries are an excellent source of vitamin
C and manganese and a very good source of fiber. They are known to provide heart protection,
as well as anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory components. Eat strawberries with cereal, smoothies and
salad,or slice and serve them fresh or top them with whipped topping. If you’d like a more elaborate dessert,
you can make strawberry pudding or sorbet, or puree and sweeten them to serve as a dessert. 11. Cherries
Cherries have been shown to reduce inflammation when eaten daily. They are also packed with antioxidants and
phytochemicals that protect the heart. Eat fresh cherries as a snack or make a cherry
sauce to serve with lamb or pork. Cherry juice is another way to consume this
tasty food. 12. Red grapes
Red grapes contain several flavonoids that give them their reddish color. Flavonoids help protect against heart disease
by preventing oxidation and reducing the formation of blood clots. Resveratrol, a flavonoid found in grapes,
may also stimulate production of nitric oxide which helps relax muscle cells in the blood
vessels to increase blood flow. These flavonoids also provide protection against
cancer and prevent inflammation. Buy grapes with red or purple skin since their
anthocyanin content is higher. Freeze them to eat as a snack or to quench
thirst for those on a fluid restriction for the dialysis diet. Add grapes to a fruit salad or chicken salad. Try a unique kidney diet recipe for Turkey
Kabobs that feature grapes. You can also drink them as grape juice. 13. Egg whites
Egg whites are pure protein and provide the highest quality of protein with all the essential
amino acids. For the kidney diet, egg whites provide protein
with less phosphorus than other protein sources such as egg yolk or meats. Buy powdered, fresh or pasteurized egg whites. Make an omelet or egg white sandwich, add
pasteurized egg whites to smoothies or shakes, make deviled egg snacks,or add whites of hard-boiled
eggs to tuna salad or garden salad to add extra protein. 14. Fish
Fish provides high-quality protein and contains anti-inflammatory fats called omega-3s. The healthy fats in fish can help fight diseases
such as heart disease and cancer. Omega-3s also help lower low-density lipoprotein
or LDL cholesterol, which is bad cholesterol, and raise high-density lipoprotein or HDL
cholesterol, which is good cholesterol. The American Heart Association1 and American
Diabetes Association2 recommend eating fish at least two times a week. Fish highest in omega-3s include albacore
tuna, herring, mackerel, rainbow trout and salmon. 15. Olive oils
Olive oil is a great source of oleic acid, an anti-inflammatory fatty acid. The monounsaturated fat in olive oil protects
against oxidation. Olive oil is rich in polyphenols and antioxidant
compounds that prevent inflammation and oxidation. Studies show that populations that use large
amounts of olive oil instead of other oils have lower rates of heart disease and cancer. Buy virgin or extra virgin olive oil because
they are higher in antioxidants. Use olive oil to make salad dressing, in cooking,
for dipping bread or for marinating vegetables.

Randall Smitham

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18 COMMENTS

  1. Russell Walton Posted on April 3, 2019 at 3:26 am

    1. Red bell pepper
    2. Cabbage
    3. Cauliflower
    4. Garlic
    5. Onions
    6. Apples
    7. Cranberries
    8. Blueberries
    9. Raspberries
    10. Strawberries
    11. Cherries
    12. Red grapes
    13.egg whites
    14. Fish
    15. Olive oil

    Your welcome 🙏

    Reply
  2. hani badji Posted on September 10, 2019 at 4:28 pm

    Cheers for the Video! Excuse me for butting in, I am interested in your thoughts. Have you considered – Trentvorty Perfection Kidney Theorem (should be on google have a look)? It is a smashing one of a kind product for improving kidney function minus the normal expense. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my cooworker got cool results with it.

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  3. Diana Block Posted on September 18, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    How irresponsible!!! Animal products have super high phosphorus and that type of protein hurts kidneys!! Only a whole foods plant-based diet with no added oils can heal the body! You're obviously funded by big Ag and big Pharma.

    Reply
  4. Jovita Medina Posted on October 22, 2019 at 11:40 pm

    Not all kind of fish are good for CKD patients. Also I drink 8 glasses of water. I drink warm water, and one glass every morning before my breakfast.

    Reply
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  8. Belk Mech Posted on November 4, 2019 at 9:36 pm

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  9. Franck Scyw Posted on November 7, 2019 at 1:41 am

    wtf, fish (saumon, as u showed in this video) is n t good for kidney … this video is bullshit … and everything that you suggest to people to eat are salad.

    Reply
  10. JOSE CABRERA Posted on November 15, 2019 at 5:59 pm

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  11. What is Posted on November 15, 2019 at 8:27 pm

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  13. Maria Holloway Posted on November 16, 2019 at 9:02 pm

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  14. Robert Michon Posted on November 17, 2019 at 2:44 am

    Appreciate Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your opinion. Have you heard the talk about – Bonackson Wandalyn Genie (probably on Google)? It is a smashing one off product for avoiding dialysis and improve kidney health minus the headache. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my close friend Aubrey finally got excellent results with it.

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  15. Cadno'r Cwm Posted on December 17, 2019 at 12:37 pm

    Good video, shame about the crappy computer voiceover

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  16. edgardoxxd1 Posted on December 24, 2019 at 1:17 am

    here's a few tips worth trying
    drink plenty of water.
    eat watermelon – that can prevent kidney disease naturally.
    try taking pomegranate seeds and drink organge juice – these help cure kidney disease naturally.
    cut down on meat, asparagus, spinach and fizzy drinks.
    (I read these and why they work on Jaylands Kidney Kit website )

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  17. George Neidorf Posted on January 2, 2020 at 4:49 pm

    Egg whites are high in creatine. Do not eat them.

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