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Can I Eat Orang with Kidney Disease

Kidney Disease,orangeOrange is a good choice to maintain healthier conditions. However, as oranges contain rich potassium, it is not a good choice for all kidney disease patients. Can I eat orange with kidney disease? Read on and find the answer now.

Orange can be a choice for some cases of patients while it is not suggested for some others. Whether oranges are good or not to kidney disease condition, depends on patient’s potassium conditions.

Kidneys are important organs to remove the waste products in the blood and balance the electrolytes levels. Potassium is one of them which should be regulated by normal kidneys.

When your kidneys cannot work well enough, the electrolytes may become disordered and causing high potassium levels. In this condition, patients are suggested to limit the intake of potassium foods.

Potassium in blood come from the foods we eat daily. High potassium levels is called hyperkalemia. If it is left without treatment, it will increase the risk to develop advanced Kidney Disease and severe complications, such as nausea, numbness, weakness, slow pulse etc.

Thereby, if you suffer from high potassium levels, oranges should be avoided or limited to you. If not, oranges can be a choice for you. This is why you are suggested to consult your dietitian in advance.

The other foods which contain rich potassium levels are as follows:

White Beans, Dark Leafy Greens, Baked Potatoes, Dried Apricots, Adzuki, Lima, Soy, Great Northern, Swiss Chard, Peaches, Raisins, Prunes, Baked Acorn Squash, Zucchini, Butternut, Hubbard, Pompano, Mackerel, Lingcod, Avocados, Bananas, Crimini etc.

What are the foods that you often eat? Are they good for your Kidney Disease? Share more with us below. And we are glad to find a food list that is based on your own condition for free.

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