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Can Patient With Kidney failure Eat Plant Protein, For Example Beans

Can Patient With Kidney failure Eat Plant Protein, For Example BeansThe intake of protein is very important for patient with kidney failure, and patient is often recommended to take meat protein. While can patient with kidney failure take plant protein?

What should be considered when patient choose his protein source?

Protein is very important for our body health, so patient needs to guarantee the necessary amount of protein in his diet. On the other hand, patient should be careful in taking protein, because it can produce lots of wastes which should be filtered out by kidney, so the excess protein intake will increase patient’s workload, and that is harmful for patient’s kidney health. Thereby, patient should have low protein intake.

There are eight kinds of amino acid that can not be produced by our body, and they can be gotten only from the food we take. Thereby, it is important for patient to take high-quality protein.

Can patient with kidney failure take plant protein?

In fact, meat protein can provide the amino acids that are essential for our body, and it is called high-quality protein.

Patient may be curious about whether plant protein can provide us this effect. In fact, most plant proteins are incomplete protein, and they cannot provide all the amino acids that are needed by our body. As a result, taking less plant protein can not provide the amino acids which are important for our health, while taking much plant protein will increase kidney burden, which can aggravate patient’s kidney damage.

There is one plant protein source which is complete protein, and it is soybean. But it is also not a good choice for patient with kidney failure, because patients with kidney disease often have hyperpotassemia, and it can cause many problems to patient’s body health. While beans contain abundant potassium, so does soybean.

Thereby, plant protein is not a good choice for patient with kidney failure, even beans. But if patient do not have high potassium in his blood, he may be able to take it under his doctor’s guidance.

In the end, if you have any other problems in dealing with kidney failure, you can just leave us a message, and we will give you a detailed reply timely.

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