Diet in kidney failure – Avoid and Recommended Foods

Last updated on December 5th, 2016 at 07:44 pm

Advised Diet in kidney failure is highly appreciated for living healthy and without any further complication. Follow the diet chart with avoid and recommended foods to balance the electrolytes of body and improving kidney functions as well. Read more – are the important organs of the body. These help to flush out the harmful products from the body. These make a very important part of Urinary Tract System.

KIDNEY FAILURE AND DIET

It is advised that the patient suffering from kidney failure, must minimize the consumption of food items, which are rich in potassium, sodium and proteins. Instead, they must consume food products, which are rich in anti-oxidants, vitamins, phytochemicals and flavonoids.

DIET IN KIDNEY FAILURE

The patients with kidney failure must pursue a strict diet regime to lead a healthy life and avoid further complications. Following is a diet chart, which the patients suffering from kidney failure must follow.

FOOD PRODUCTS TO BE AVOIDED

Pulses:-

Soybeans

Kidney beans

Winged beans

Black beans

White Beans

Fruits:-

Banana

Rosemary

Coconut

Dates

Kiwi

Orange

Lemon

Squash

Artichokes

Avocadoes

Prune

Raisins

Pomegranate

Tomatoes

Vegetables:-

Spinach

Potato

Sweet potato

Mushroom

Cauliflower

Broccoli

Beet root

Swiss Chard

Brussels Sprouts

Kale

French Beans

Non-Veg:-

Meat

Fish

Eggs

Salmon

Spices:-

Generally all the spices contain approximately more than 40 percent to 50 percent of potassium in them. So, it is recommended to avoid much consumption of spices of any form. Use Salt in very less quantity. Don’t use table salt.

Other food products:-

Cheese

Curd

Nuts and dry fruits like almonds, cashew nuts, hazel nuts

Brown Rice

Garbanzo

Chickpeas

Non-fat milk powder

Biscuits

Namkeen

Maggie

Pasta

Butter

Honey

Milk cream

FOOD PRODUCTS TO BE CONSUMED

Pulses:-

Green gram (Moong dal/ dhuli moong dal)

lentil dal, pink lentil (Masoor ki daal)

NOTE – All in less quantity

Fruits:-

Apple

Watermelon

Apricots

Pears

Peaches

Papaya

Olives

Black berries – in less quantity

Mangoes – in less quantity

Figs

Bamboo Shoots

Pineapple

Vegetables:-

Ridge guard

Pumpkin

Bottle gourd

Round gourd

Radish

carrot

Eggplant

Onion

Cucumber

Cabbage

Bell Pepper

Lettuce

Capsicum

Turnip

Garlic

Ginger

Peas ( Boil before use)

Green leafy vegetables rich in fiber, vitamins, phytochemicals and antioxidants

NOTE – Soak all the vegetables overnight in water and throw the same water, also boil in water before cooking and throw that water. Prefer filtered water for washing and cooking vegetables.

Spices/Oils:-

Fenugreek/Methi

Coriander

Bay Leaves

Mint

Black Pepper

Cardamom

Sunflower Oil

Olive Oil

Other food products:-

Milk – low fat

Wheat

Rice

Sabudana kheer

Mungdaal khichadi

Also take vitamin D from direct sun!

The patients suffering from kidney disorders are strictly advised to follow the above diet chart properly. This diet chart is prepared based on the nutritional content of the various minerals, carbohydrates, proteins, fats and vitamins. Kidneys are the important organs of the body. These help to flush out the harmful products from the body and maintain a healthy and fit life.

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