Are you searching for the Best Foods which help in Kidney Disease?

It’s important to remember that eating a kidney-friendly diet is all about balance your health. Your kidneys are usually responsible for maintaining the right balance of nutrients in your body.

There are some foods that people with this condition are commonly recommended to eat — and avoid. And it can be helpful for people with kidney disease to eat foods that are lower in potassium and phosphorus. Fruits having low potassium include apples, grapes, cranberries, and strawberries, and low-potassium vegetables to eat include radishes, cauliflower, onions, peppers, summer squash and lettuce. You may need to eat fewer fruits and vegetables like bananas, avocados, melons, prunes, potatoes and tomatoes, which are all higher in potassium and keeps you healthy.

1. Cauliflower- One cup (124 grams) of cooked cauliflower contains

  •  sodium: 19 mg
  • potassium: 176 mg
  • phosphorus: 40 mg

2. Blueberries- One cup (148 grams) of fresh blueberries contains

  • sodium: 1.5 mg
  • potassium: 114 mg
  • phosphorus: 18 mg

3. Red grapes- a half cup (75 grams) containing

  • sodium: 1.5 mg
  • potassium: 144 mg
  • phosphorus: 15 mg

4. Garlic- Three cloves (9 grams) of garlic contain

  • sodium: 1.5 mg
  • potassium: 36 mg
  • phosphorus: 14 mg

5. Onions- One small onion (70 grams) contains

  • sodium: 3 mg
  • potassium: 102 mg
  • phosphorus: 20 mg

6. Radish- A half cup (58 grams) of sliced radishes contains 

  • sodium: 23 mg
  • potassium: 135 mg
  • phosphorus: 12 mg

7. Pineapple- One cup (165 grams) of pineapple chunks contains

  • sodium: 2 mg
  • potassium: 180 mg
  • phosphorus: 13 mg

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