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  Which kind of diet should be noticed for polycystic kidney disease?

  Polycystic kidney disease is a genetic kidney disease. For most patients, the daily diet is more important than the clinical treatment.

  Cyst enlargement is caused by a series of factors, and therefore the patients should pay attention to these factors to control their disease condition and delay deterioration process. I hope the following introduction of daily main diet for polycystic kidney disease patients is helpful to everyone. These aspects should be noticed:

  These foods should be prohibited or reduced:

  1. Alcoholic drink: especially the white spirit, which has a bad impact on the kidney, it can Stimulate the activity of polycystic protein, accelerate the growth of cysts.

  2. Fermented food: Tofu milk, rotten eggs and so on. Stopping eating these food can delay the growth rate of cyst.

  3. These food with high protein: patients with any kinds of kidney disease should develop a diet with low-protein, such as soybean, tofu, and other soy products, to avoid the synthesis of nitrogen metabolites in the body and reduce the discharge capacity of the kidney.

  4. Visceral food: the visceral food is not suitable for polycystic kidney disease patients, especially the animal liver. There is a Chinese old saying about What to eat what to fill, which can easily mislead people, because there are lots of toxin deposited in splanchna.

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  Coffee and chocolate should be forbidden.

  These foods are recommended to eat:

  1. The fruits or vegetables with high vitamin

  2. The fruits or vegetables with high iron: carrots.

  3. Vegetable food capable of containing stone: black fungus

  4. The food with diuretic effect.

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  Basic food should be taken, which plays a supplementary role in the treatment.

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