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Can FSGS Kidney Disease Patients Drink Black Tea

Can FSGS Kidney Disease Patients Drink Black TeaBlack tea is a tremendous source of antioxidants, so it can reverse the visible effects of aging. Just because of this, many women love to drink black tea. However, for patients with FSGS, can they still drink black tea?

Some people think black tea is good for FSGS kidney disease patients.

As black tea is rich in antioxidant, carotene, vitamin A, calcium and some other nutrients, this beverage can bring many boosting-health benefits such as:

Remove free radicals: Flavonoid and some other antioxidant substances in black tea can eliminate free radicals, so as to fight against aging, reduce the incidence of myocardial infarction and protect the remaining kidney functioning tissues.

Increase the urine output: Caffeine and aromatic substances in black tea can increase the blood flow into kidneys, expand renal capillaries, and improve glomerular filtration rate (GFR), which can inhibit the renal tubules from reabsorbing water. Therefore, urine output increases. Accordingly, high blood pressure and edema are eased.

Make bone stronger: It is recommended to drink one cup of black tea for healthy people to prevent osteoporosis, and the effect will be obvious if the person can persist for several years. From this point, we can know black tea can make the bone stronger.

Some other people think FSGS patients should control the consumption of black tea.

First of all, in addition to increasing urine output, caffeine can also cause a series of side effects such as nervousness, irritability, headache, sleep problems, heartburn, dizziness, and so on.

Additionally, high content of potassium and phosphorus in black tea may increase the burden on kidneys. In this case, FSGS patients who have high potassium or phosphorus level should drink less black tea.

According to these opinions, we can know FSGS kidney disease patients can still black tea, but they should control their intake amount. To determine how much black tea you can drink, welcome to consult our doctor online.

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