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Can Seafoods Trigger Kidney Disease

Can Seafoods Trigger Kidney DiseasePatients with kidney disease may have received many advices which are about it is better for them to leave away from sea foods. As a result, patient with kidney disease or his family members may have this doubt: can sea foods trigger kidney disease?

Kidney disease is a life-threatening disease, and once patient has this disease, that will be a big burden of his whole family. As we know, patient with kidney disease will have many restrictions in his diet, and sea foods often appear as the kind of food that should be watched out by renal patient.

Can sea foods trigger kidney disease?

As we know, sea foods are delicious foods for healthy people, but they will be dangerous if patient’s renal diseases are caused by autoimmune disease, like purpura, lupus, IgA, etc.

Sea foods are famous anaphylactic foods, and these foods can cause patient’s disease to relapse, or these foods are the direct causes of patient’s primary disease. Thereby, it is necessary for patient with these autoimmune diseases to stay away from sea foods.

Why renal patients are recommended to avoid taking sea foods?

In fact, not only patients with autoimmune diseases, but also patients with other kidney disease are recommended to avoiding taking sea foods.

There are abundant protein in sea foods, while for patients with kidney disease, they should restrict his protein intake, because protein can produce lots of metabolic wastes, which should be filtered out by kidney, and excess protein intake will increase patient’s kidney workload, which will aggravate patient’s kidney damage.

In fact, for most renal patients, the recommended standard of protein intake is 0.8 gram of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. Bu it is easy for patients to have more protein intake than this amount, and the protein source of most sea foods can produce lots of metabolic wastes, which also makes them not to be good choice for patient with kidney disease.

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