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Can Glomerulonephritis Patient Eat Asparagus

Can Glomerulonephritis Patient Eat AsparagusCertain diet can be helpful in treating kidney diseases, including Glomerulonephritis, or Nephritis. Then, is it ok to eat asparagus for people with this disease?

Glomerulonephritis refers to a condition which is characterized by a collection of disorders that are responsible for damaging the glomeruli of the kidneys. For people with this condition, asparagus can be ate due to its specific actions as below:

▪ Kidney cleanser

▪ Anti-edema or swelling

▪ Boosts renal cellular action

▪ Helps support and facilitate kidney function

▪ Increases urine output and lower blood pressure as diuretic

Other dietary recommendations that are useful in the management of Glomerulonephritis:

1. Garlic, parsley, watercress, cucumber, and celery are excellent vegetables. Avoid those vegetables containing large quantities of oxalic acid such as spinach and rhubarb as well as chocolate and cocoa.

2. The best fruits are papaya and bananas. Both can take effect to heal kidneys.

3. Foods are suggested to avoided for people with Glomerulonephritis also include white bread, sugar, cakes, pastries, puddings, refined cereals, greasy or fried foods, tea, coffee, flesh foods, condiments, pickles, and sauces, etc.

Besides, Glomerulonephritis patients are suggested to completely give up smoking and drinking. Do proper outdoor exercises in fresh air. Never exert yourselves. Avoid all late hours.

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