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Chinese Fruits and Vegetables for Diabetes&Chronic Kidney Disease

Chinese Fruits and Vegetables for Diabetes&Chronic Kidney DiseaseWhen Diabetes patients' kidneys are not working well, wastes from what they eat and drink build up in the bloodstream instead of being removed by the kidneys. Hence, a special diet is importance for them to follow. Here, we will talk about Chinese fruits and vegetables for Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease.

What to avoid

Fruits: durian, guava, jackfruit (raw), persimmon, plantain, and pomegranate.

Vegetables: artichoke, beans, mung, yardlong, bok choy (cooked), Chinese broccoli, daikon radish, lotus root (cooked), rutabaga, and taro (wu tao).

What to eat

Fruits: Chinese dates (jujube), jackfruit (canned and drained), kumquat, loquats, lychee, mandarin orange, mangosteen, and pear (asian).

Vegetables: alfalfa sprouts, bamboo shoots (canned), bean sprouts, bitter melon, chayote, coy sum (yao choy), dandelion greens, hairy melon, jicama, jew's ear (soaked), judas ear (soaked), mustard greens, suey choy (nappa), long qua (squash), tung choy, water chestnut (canned), and watercress.

We hope that the question 'What Chinese fruits and vegetables to eat or avoid with Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease?' has been answered and you feel more informed about renal diet. The more you know about kidney disease, the more likely you are to prevent its deterioration and even reverse the disease. For more information, please refer to: How Much Water should I Take with Chronic Kidney Disease   Top 10 Foods for Kidney Disease

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