In addition to getting effective medical treatment of Kidney Disease, patients can take other simple steps to keep their kidneys healthy, including proper dietary arrangement. Here, let's look at whether tofu and sunflower seeds are good for kidney problems or not.
As a meat replacement made from soy milk, it is rich source of lean protein and calcium, and is a cholesterol-free and saturated fat-free food. It can be used in soups, stews, breakfast dishes and stir fry dishes. Check with your doctor to made a specific meal plan that meets your individual needs.
They are rich in purine contents, so kidney patients with gout or elevated uric acid levels are not suggested to eat them.
Besides, these seeds contain rich proteins, unsaturated fatty acids, zinc, and a variety of vitamins, which can assist to relieve poor appetite and boost digestive function. Patients are advised to consult their doctors for a proper eating plan and maintain a balanced daily diet.
Although foods may not cure Kidney Disease, certain foods may help curb the effects of these diseases. Check with your physician before altering your meal to address renal disease.
- Herbs and spices. Replace salt with herbs and spices like garlic, ginger, thyme, rosemary, black pepper, basil, paprika, cayenne pepper to add flavor to foods.
- Fruits and vegetables. Choose fruits and vegetables that are low in potassium. Proper choices include apples, berries, grapes, peaches, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, garlic, onions, etc.
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