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    Can People with Kidney Disease Eat Tuna

    Can People with Kidney Disease Eat TunaChronic Kidney Disease patients usually have many restrictions in their daily diet, so as to protect kidney from the further damage. Well then, can people with kidney disease eat tuna? Now, let’s see.

    Actually, to know whether kidney disease patients can eat tuna or not, it is important to know the principles of kidney diet and nutrients within tuna. To get an individualized dietary suggestion, you can talk with our Online Doctor or leave a message below directly.

    The principles of kidney disease diet.

    Generally speaking, a low protein and low salt diet are recommended to patients. In addition, along with the progression of illness condition, they should limit intake of potassium and phosphorus if these levels are higher than normal range. And it is important to supply necessary nutrients like high-quality protein, vitamins and calcium.

    Nutrients in tuna

    With potential health benefits for our brains and our hearts, great flavor and a lot of nutrition, tuna and salmon really can't be beat. Include these super foods in your meals twice per week, and enjoy all that omega-3s have to offer!

    Benefits of tuna for Kidney Disease patients.

    1.To reduce the workload of kidneys, patients are always suggested to follow a low but high-quality protein diet. And eating it in right amount can provide chronic kidney disease patients with enough nutrients.

    2. Omega-3 fatty acids can suppress the inflammation response in kidneys and improve energy level.

    3.The EPA and protein present in tuna are proven to have effect of lowering bad cholesterol and increasing good cholesterol level.

    4.Tuna has abundant iron and vitamin B12, which can be easily absorbed by the human body. What’s more, it can help prevent anemia to some extent.


    Kidney disease patients should be careful when their potassium and/or phosphorus level is higher than the normal range because eating too much tuna will aggravate these levels.

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