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Is Peanut Good for Nephrotic Syndrome Patient

2014-10-17 16:38

Is Peanut Good for Nephrotic Syndrome PatientIs peanut good for Nephrotic Syndrome patient ? Nutritionist said that peanut contains many kinds of nutritions, so it is very good for most of the people, but it is not suitable for patient with Nephrotic Syndrome, due to the rich protein and fat in it.

Peanut contains 50% fat, 25% protein, 25% vitamin(B1,B2 and vitamin E), so it can provide most of the necessary substances for the body. But the rich fat in it will increase the Lipid levels, that may cause Arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure and Coronary Heart Disease. And the high level of protein in it can add burden to the kidney and increase the creatinine level in blood at the same time. In addition, peanut also can aggravate inflammatory, so it is not good for patients with swelling.

From the above we know that peanut is not very good for patient with Nephrotic Syndrome, so if you are the person who are in this situation, you should avoid to eat it. Of course, that not means you can not eat it. If there is no obvious symptoms, you can have some of it, so as to meet the demand of our body to keep nutrition balance.

As we all know diet plays an important role in curing kidney disease, so as a patient with this disease, you should pay special attention to the foods you eat. If necessary, you can make a diet plan with the help of your nutritionist or our online doctor.

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