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Is Coffee Bad to People with Chronic Renal Failure

Is Coffee Bad to People with Chronic Renal FailureA renal diet is required for those who are suffering from Chronic Renal Failure, as unhealthy dietary habits will exacerbate kidney damage. Then, is coffee bad to people with Chronic Renal failure?

Coffee contains caffeine and acts as a stimulant to the central nervous system. Just one cup of this drink can have anywhere from 95-200 mg of caffeine. Caffeine consumption on Kidney Failure fed to formation of kidney stone, infections of the kidneys, and deterioration of kidney function. Hence, kidney patients are advised to avoid coffee.

Other foods that should be avoided for people with Chronic Renal Failure also include:

* Processed and fast foods. Eliminate and reduce all foods that have a high sodium content, including fast foods, convenience foods, canned and dried soups, vegetable broths, processed cheese slices, frozen meals, hot dogs, pickled foods, soy sauce, tamari, marinades, etc.

* Phosphorus is found in foods like nuts, dates, offal, dairy products, grains, coconut, raisins and should be avoided if a patient is on Dialysis.

* Avoid unhealthy fats like saturated and trans fats that may increase cholesterol levels and lead to clogged arteries. Thus, foods including red meats, poultry, whole milk, cookies, and cakes should not be ate.

* If a patient's potassium level increases, reduce or avoid high potassium foods like oranges, melons, potatoes, sweet potatoes, bananas and so on.

If you have any confusion about Chronic Renal Failure diet and management, feel free to chat with our online doctor or leave a message in the below. Have a good day!

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