Can Spinach Be The Polycystic Kidney Disease Diet
For Polycystic Kidney Disease, lifestyle, especially the diet is very important for them to prevent and control the development of the disease. Polycystic Kidney Disease patients always ask us that what can they eat and what can’t they eat. One of diets they often mentioned is the spinach. Today, we will have a analysis about the spinach and Polycytic Kidney Disease diet.
In normal condition, spinach is easy to cook and digest, so it is suitable for people. Computer workers and people who love beauty can eat more spinach which is good for skin. In addition, spinach has the function of keeping blood sugar steady, so diabetes patients can eat them. Moreover, spinach is also suitable for high blood pressure, anemia, allergic person. But spinach is not suitable for kidney disease patients, for some elements in spinach is bad for them.
The disadvantages of spinach for Polycystic Kidney Disease patients
1. Spinach contains oxalic acid which are bad for kidney disease patients. Oxalic acid is easy to form kidney stone and stimulate the growth of renal cysts, causing further damage to the kidney.
2. Spinach is also rich in potassium. When the kidney are damaged by the enlarged cysts, the kidney function of excreting potassium is also lost. Too much potassium in blood will lead to heart disease.
So Polycystic Kidney Disease patients had better don’t eat spinach which is bad for their physical condition. Polycystic Kidney Disease patients should pay more attention to their daily diet, eating less pickled foods, barbecue, leftover and drinking less alcohol, coffee for all of them can stimulate the growth of cysts. In a word, patients had better consult their doctors. And you also can contact our online doctors for more information about PKD or Polycystic Kidney Disease diet, and you can send email to email@example.com, we will reply you within 24 hours.
tag: Polycystic Kidney Disease Diet
Previous：A Low Protein Diet for Polycystic Kidney Disease Patients
next：A Vegetarian Diet for Polycystic Kidney Disease