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Will Apple Fruits Reduce Creatinine Level

Posted: by Dr.Zhao      Time: 2014-11-13 03:52

Topics: High Creatinine Level High Creatinine Level Diet

Details: I am 51 years old, and my creatinine level is 237. I also have kidney stone. Can I reduce my creatinine level through eating apple?

Expert Answer

Apple is one good fruit choice for healthy people. Because it is low in sodium, fat and phosphorus, apple is beneficial for most kidney disease patients and brings many health benefits. For example, apple can help maintain cardiovascular health, lower high blood pressure, ease constipation, reduce high blood fat, and so on.

Although apple has so many benefits, it doesn’t mean this fruit can help reduce high creatinine level. If it has, the effect won’t be obvious. Therefore, to reduce high creatinine level, patients should take some other therapies. For example:

- Medicated Bath: It can increase the skin excretory amount, so more waste products and toxins can be eliminated from the body.

- Enema Therapy: This therapy aims at prompting more waste products and toxins discharged out of the body via intestinal tract.

- Herbal Medicine: Some herbal medicines can be used to rebuild kidney structure and increase glomerular filtration rate, while some others can be used to dissolve kidney stones. Check with the doctor online to determine what medicines are helpful for you.

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