Diet for Polycystic Kidney Disease: Whether PKD Patients Can Drink Coffee
In modern life, because of many reasons, coffee has become more and more frequent in our daily life. Coffee has the function of alleviating the pressure from all around, but for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients, whether they are suitable to drink coffee? Now the specialist in our hospital give you the powerful suggestions about the scientific diet plan for PKD patients.
Polycystic Kidney Disease is a genetic disease and the most prominent phenomenon of PKD is there are many cysts spreading on kidney. When the patients eat some unsuitable foods, the renal cysts will get bigger and more. The hormone in coffee which can stimulate the growth of renal cysts is bad for kidney. Moreover, it coffee contains antioxidant, for normal people, the proper coffee intake is good for their health, but for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients, coffee will lead to cardiovascular disease and heavier the burden of kidney. The kidney of PKD patients can not work well as the normal one, patients drinking coffee will cause further damage to the kidney.
At the same time, our specialist give the suggestion that PKD patients should pay more attention to their daily life. Eating more vegetables and fruits which are rich in vitamins and microelement, avoiding the foods containing too much fat and protein, as for the chocolate and coffee, they should be forbidden strictly, and liquor has more serious stimulation, so PKD patients must quit smocking.
Diet for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients is very important. Keeping a health diet is better for the prevention and control of Polycystic Kidney Disease. We have had a introduce about the the coffee for PKD patients, if you still have something not clear or want to know more about the Polycystic Kidney Disease diet, you can contact our online doctors directly or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will give you a response in time.
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