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Here are some simple but superfoods for renal health!

Mumbai, India (CU)_ The kidneys are a vital organ in the body. It aids in the purification of the blood and the elimination of toxins and extra fluid from the body. If you are a kidney sufferer seeking for the appropriate dietary products, you must refer to dietician Lovneet Batra’s Instagram post. According to her, “Kidney disease is a common problem affecting about 10% of the world’s population.” According to Lovneet, the following foods are kidney-friendly.

Red bell pepper

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Red bell peppers are flavorful and low in potassium. However, there are additional reasons they are ideal for a renal diet. They are rich in vitamin C and A, as well as vitamin B6, folic acid, and fiber.

Garlic

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Garlic is readily available and is commonly used in our cooking. Perhaps this is why we overlook its nutritional advantages. It serves as a salt substitute, enhances the flavor of foods, and is high in manganese, vitamin C, and vitamin B6, as well as sulfur compounds with anti-inflammatory qualities.

Onion

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According to Lovneet, onions are a wonderful source of sodium-free taste to foods on the renal diet. While reducing salt intake may be difficult, finding tasty salt substitutes is critical. Thus, sauteing onions with garlic and olive oil imparts flavor to food without jeopardizing kidney health.

Apple

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Apples are an excellent choice for a kidney-friendly diet. They contain low potassium, phosphorus, and sodium, all of which are beneficial to the kidney. It is safe to consume apples if you are experiencing renal problems or are getting treatment for the same.

Cauliflower

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Cauliflower is extremely high in vitamin C, folate, and fiber. Additionally, the nutritionist noted it contains indoles, glucosinolates, and thiocyanates, which are substances that aid the liver in neutralizing harmful chemicals that may affect cell membranes and DNA.

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