The raw material of bacon is pork, and it is a kind of processed cured meat. People prefer bacon as their breakfast for it is delicious and rich in nutrition. But whether bacon is suitable for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients daily diet? Polycystic Kidney Disease is an inherited kidney disease. We can not cure it from root, but we can prevent and control the development of the disease through a scientific diet plan. So, before Polycystic Kidney Disease patients eat bacon, they should have a clear idea about the bacon and their disease.
Usually, during the preparation of bacon, people keep the pork fresh through salting the meat. So the bacon contains too much salt which is bad for the blood pressure and maybe cause further damage to the kidney.
For getting more delicious meats, people often smock the meats with different kinds of woods, such as apple wood, cherry tree and so on. But the smoking foods contains special materials which can increase the cysts fluid excretion, stimulating the growth of renal cysts.
In addition, bacon is high in cholesterol which can increase the risk of being attacked by cardiovascular disease. And bacon also is rich in potassium and phosphorus, with an abnormal kidney, they can not be excreted out of blood, leading to other disease.
So, Polycystic Kidney Disease patients can not eat bacon as daily diet. And besides Polycystic Kidney Disease patients, other kinds of disease also should not eat bacon, such as diarrhea patients, old man, gastrointestinal ulcers patients, Chronic Kidney Disease patients, edema patients and people who had a cold.
According to what we mentioned, Polycystic Kidney Disease patients should have a clear knowledge about the bacon. And in daily life, they should pay more attention to their diet. And if you want to know more information about Polycystic Kidney Disease and its diet, you can consult our online doctors or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will reply you as soon as possible.tag: Polycystic Kidney Disease Diet
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