Is Liquor Bad for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients
People can come into contact with liquor more or less in their daily life. For common people, the proper liquor intake benefit them a lot. But for Chronic Kidney Disease patients, liquor means a lot. Here will have a analysis about the relationship between liquor and Chronic Kidney Disease.
The liquor is metabolized by the liver, however, the metabolism is at the cost of damaging liver itself; the long time liquor intake can lead to platelet function disorder, leading to many kinds of bleeding; liquor also can lead to gastrointestinal malabsorption and insufficient nutrition can lead to the low use of vitamin B1, B2 and folic acid and increase the excretion of vitamin B6; liquor intake also can cause hyperlipidaemia and atherosclerosis; drinking liquor can accelerate the proteolysis, increase the blood urea nitrogen in blood, which can heavier the kidney metabolism burden.
For common people, their organs and tissues are healthy enough to support the normal metabolism of liquor and sometimes, it can benefit to patients with joint disease and intestinal tract disease. But for Chronic Kidney Disease patients, the kidney function decline often is accompanied with many complications, the liquor intake can worsen these complications and kidney damage, so they had better avoid liquor intake in their daily life.
Except liquor, there are many limitations for Chronic Kidney Disease diet, for example, low protein, low fat, low salt, high fiber, high vitamins intake. All the foods should be good for controlling complications and protecting kidney function.
All in all, liquor is bad for Chronic Kidney Disease, so patients should avoid. And now if you want to know more information about Chronic Kidney Disease diet or ask for treatment suggestions, you can contact our online doctors, leave us messages or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will reply you within 24 hours.
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