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Can Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Eat Poria

2014-11-03 06:40

Can Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Eat PoriaSome people say eating poria is good for diabetic nephropathy but others say it is bad for patients with diabetic nephropathy (DN). Whether patients can eat poria on earth or not?

Poria is a mushroom-like fungus and has been used extensively in Chinese medicine for decades because of its medical value. As for diabetic nephropathy patients, they can eat poria generally because it has health benefits and therapeutic uses for patients with diabetic kidney disease.

1. Alleviate edema

Edema is a common to be seen in kidney disease patients. This is because damaged kidneys cannot filter excessive fluid from the body. As a result, excessive fluid will accumulate in the body, causing water retention. Thus, edema occurs. Poria helps in increasing urination and reduces the accumulation of fluid in the body. Therefore, it is a good treatment for urinary problems and edema.

2. Treatment for digestive system problem

When kidneys cannot function properly, it will affect many organs and digestive system is one of the complications. It requires treatment. Poria is known for correcting problems related to the digestive system such as diarrhea, constipation, acidity and other gastrointestinal issues.

3. A natural treatment for kidney disease

Poria is also a natural treatment for kidney disease. Poria is able to prevent and eliminate the build up of antibodies in the kidneys that can ultimately lead to kidney failure. Taking poria as a nourishing supplement for a number of weeks to stop inflammation in the kidneys.

Generally speaking, diabetic nephropathy patients can eat poria. However, you should know moderation is correct. If you do not know how much you can eat, you can consult our online doctor or leave us a message below. We will provide you a specific diet plan according to your own medical condition.

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