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Can Hypertensive Nephropathy Patients Eat Canned Tuna

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2014-05-01 02:30

Can Hypertensive Nephropathy Patients Eat Canned Tuna Canned tuna is a kind of important species of canned aquatic mainly made by albacore and yellowfin tuna. In Europe and America,it is very popular. Can Hypertensive Nephropathy patients eat it ? ONLINE DOCTOR can help you get more details quickly and directly for free.

Hypertensive Nephropathy is a secondary disease caused by high blood pressure. Long-standing high blood pressure will damage their kidneys and cause some other severe symptoms and complications. As the disease worsen,patients disease condition will become worse and worse. Owing to the chronicity and complexity,patients may can not discover the renal damage or feel something uncomfortable. However,once patients are diagnosed with a high level of creatinine,patients disease condition is not optimistic.

For all of patients with CKD,a healthy diet plays an important role in controlling and relieving their disease condition. So is it suitable for them to take canned tuna in their daily life?

Tuna is rich in low fat and calorie,and the same time,it is also rich in high quality protein and DHA,EPA,Omega-3 and so on,which is beneficial for patients condition. EPA can inhibit the increased cholesterin and prevent arteriosclerosis and also plays an very important role in preventing and treating CVD (Cardiovascular Disorder) of patients.

But canned tuna is not good for Hypertensive Nephropathy patients. The canned tuna contains too much mercury and lead that are not good for patients with kidney disease. The damaged kidneys can not clear away these toxins in blood regularly and effectively. On the contrary,the too much intake of canned tuna may even exacerbate patients disease condition.

Keeping a healthy diet is good for patients disease condition. A low intake of fat,water,salt and a high quality of protein are suitable for patients to control and relieve their disease condition.

But different patients have different symptoms. Leave message on below or Email to kidneyabc@hotmail.com with your detailed disease condition,we are glad to offer you more professional guidance fir you as soon as possible for free.

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