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Are You Following Kidney Friendly Diet During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

by Partha Banerjee Partha Banerjee Dubai

No doubt, kidney disease requires plenty of care. It involves relaxation, balanced meals, and a healthy lifestyle. Everyone is undergoing the difficulties brought by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is time to be more cautious regarding the diet and daily routine than any other thing. At this point, Partha Banerjee Mumbai suggests the kidney patients take adequate measures to build their immunity and follow a restricted diet. A proper meal plan can keep you safe and healthy in comparison to others. 


Having an organized eating plan is good for the overall health as what you eat and drink controls the body in the first place. According to the research and real incidences, it is a fact that people with strong immunity can fight COVID-19 easily in comparison to others. Here we bring you quick pointers to make your task easy: 


·        Limit salt in daily use- If you follow a diet that is low in salt and fats it can help in controlling blood pressure. Sodium is an important mineral that is found in nearly all delicious foods. Consuming too much sodium makes you thirsty, leads to swelling, and raises the blood pressure. It can damage the kidneys and put more pressure on the heart to work extra. Avoiding salt in the food while cooking and trying herbs, spices, etc. can add flavors and reduce the risk. 


·        Sugar is not your friend- Taking precautions and limiting sugar can help in maintaining blood sugar levels that keep diabetes at bay. If you can maintain blood pressure and blood sugar levels, it prevents kidney diseases from getting severe. 


·        A healthy diet is essential- Following a balanced meal plan is imperative for a person having kidney disease. They need to track the number of certain nutrients such as Calories, Fats, Carbohydrates, Protein, and Water intake. Partha Banerjee Mumbai suggest to add elements that can boost the immunity to fight back the diseases like warm homemade drinks, teas, fresh vegetables, seasonal fruits, kidney beans, rice, bread, etc. instead of canned foods. Avoid packed food items like pickles, sauces, and soups they are high in sodium and unhealthy too. Additionally, they are high in potassium which causes the risk of chronic kidney diseases in the patients and makes the case severe.  


·        Take help from the labels- Every kidney patient is worried about how to regulate diabetes, maintain blood pressure, and limit proteins in everyday food. Here, these labels, ingredients list, etc. marked in the back of a packed item can prove helpful. These labels provide an immediate brief of the ingredients and their proportions. 


It is always advised to discuss the experts before executing any changes in nutrition during these quarantine days. Partha Banerjee Dubai says that everybody has a unique structure and capacity to deal with the stress and dietary changes. Therefore, it is good to consult a renal dietician for accurate guidance. 


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