Is It OK for IgA Nephropathy Patients Eat Oranges2014-08-19 11:38
Many IgA Nephropathy patients are told that they’d better not to eat oranges,grapefruits and so on. So is it right? Or is it necessary for patients to follow the doctor's advice ? Here the article can help you learn more about your kidney disease and hope this can also help you take better care of yourselves. ONLINE DOCTOR can offer you more details directly and quickly for free.
IgA Nephropathy is a form of glomerulonephritis. It is the most common glomerulonephritis throughout the world and Primary IgA nephropathy is characterized by deposition of the IgA antibody in the glomerulus. Generally speaking,In IgA nephropathy there is a slow progression to chronic renal failure in 25-30% of cases during a period of 20 years.
So for some patients with IgA Nephropathy,keeping a healthy diet seems to something they can do. So many of the patients ask our ONLINE DOCTOR or Email to us to get something detailed information about their daily diet. But in fact,most of questions have no definite answers. It is mainly depends on your own disease condition.
Orange is a kind of hesperidium and originates from Southeast Asia. Citrus Fruits is antioxidative and can strengthens the immune system,inhibiting the growth of tumor cells. Besides,it is also good for controlling the HLP (hyperlipidaemia),high blood pressure and arteriosclerosis. Rich vitamin C in orange is also beneficial for patients’ disease condition.
So,proper intake of orange based on your own disease condition is good for IgA patients. However,high potassium in it signifies that it is NOT good for patients to eat more. The most important thing is to eat oranges according to your disease condition.
Low intake of fat,water,salt and high quality of protein are suitable for your impaired kidneys. More information please leave message on below or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your detailed disease condition,we are glad to offer you more professional guidance as soon as possible for free.
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