Is Honey Good for Kidney Failure Patients

Kidney failure patients should be on a diet, they can’t eat whatever they like. Because some food may exacerbate their disease. Then, is honey good for kidney failure patients?

Honey is a kind of natural food and it is composed of glucose and fructose which can be directly absorbed by the human body, without the need to decompose the enzyme. Honey is also rich in nutriments, according to a analysis, it contains many kinds of inorganic salts, vitamins, iron, calcium, copper, manganese, potassium, phosphorus and other organic acids and trace elements which are beneficial to human health.

In general, kidney failure patients is allowed to eat moderate honey. But, some kidney failure patients should be cautious to eat honey or ask the online doctor before eating honey. Such as:

1 Kidney failure patients with diabetes. As we know, honey is rich in sugars whose intake should be controlled to the diabetics. In this situation, the patients are not advised to eat honey.

2 Kidney failure patients with hyperkalemia. Honey is also rich in potassium which is an important mineral for the body’s growth and maintenance. It is essential for a healthy body. However, for kidney failure patients, as their failed kidneys can not discharge excess potassium timely and thoroughly, they need to pay attention to the intake of potassium. For the kidney failure patients with hyperkalemia, they are at higher risk for heart problems like irregular heartbeat and heart failure than the normal people.

From the above, we can know that some food are good for the normal people, but sometimes, they may be not fit for the kidney failure patients. If you want to know more about is honey or something else good for kidney failure patients, you can leave us a message below or send e-mails to kidneyfight@hotmail.com.

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