Best Kidney-Friendly Eating Habits You Need To Follow During the Quarantine

by Partha Banerjee Partha Banerjee Dubai

Eating habits are the gateways to better health, but slight ignorance can lead to disease. This pandemic situation is confusing and breeding myths regarding eating habits. According to the experts, if you are already suffering from CKD then you should follow a specific diet routine and recommendations to stay fit. It is a fact that patients with chronic diseases such as Cancer and Kidney are at higher risk.  

Recognizing the catastrophe, Partha Banerjee Mumbai is here with a few suggestions for the kidney patients to cope with quarantine and Coronavirus. As most of the grocery stores, marts, and local shops are closed due to lockdown, everyone is facing immense difficulties in gathering essentials. At this time, we need to take preventive measures, be careful and do smart buying. 

Partha Banerjee Dubai says that the given information should be used as a primary guide. Because every renal patient has a different diet and nutritional requirements. Here are some tips and eating habits: 

  • At this crucial time, along with smart buying tips you need to follow the meal plans and track the accurate amount of nutrients you are taking in, like Calories, Fat, Protein, and Carbohydrates. 
  • It is advised to keep the quantity of these essentials in a limited quantity. Because an excess of any of them can increase the risk for kidney health. 
  • Eating high proteins and carbs that are high in potassium and phosphorus may cause a big problem. Controlling diabetes and blood sugar through a good meal affects the entire health. 
  • One of the best things that can be practiced is limiting the sodium in your food during the quarantine. 
  • Choose fresh and frozen vegetables instead of canned products. And avoid eating processed meats.
  • Munching on fruits, nuts, and veggies rather than salty snacks is a better alternative to unhealthy snacks. 
  • As you are already sitting at home during this lockdown, so eat slowly, avoid eating while you are busy doing some other work, manage your portion sizes, else it may lead you to eat disorders, vomiting, burping, heartburn, etc. 
  • Eat apples, grapes, onions, peppers, lettuce, white bread, chicken, white rice, rather than picking bananas, oranges, brand products, beans, etc. These suggestions can vary from person to person. 

Meanwhile, if you are ordering food from a restaurant, try to get it from the places that you already know and choose the 'no-contact' delivery option. Ask your doctor about some substitute food items if you are unable to collect the suggested merchandise. In case you are ordering the grocery from a local store make sure the delivery person leaves the products outside the door advises Partha Banerjee Dubai. 

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