Diet High in Fruit and Vegetables Helps Kidney Disease

A diet high in fruits and vegetables can help those who have kidney disease .
This is the latest finding of a new research study.
For kidney disease patients, the Western diet produces acid in the body which has mutilple negative effects and can worsen with age as kidney function declines.
An Indian study, which has considered the effect of eating a diet high in fruit and vegetables, has discovered that such a healthy diet counteracts acidity and can improve the kidney health of patients who have slightly reduced kidney function as a result of high blood pressure .
Just 30 days on this diet lowers urine excretion of three indicators of kidney injury, that is, transforming growth factor, albumin and N-acetyl-á-D- glucosaminidase.

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