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Kidney friendly superfoods

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There are some super foods which are very good for your kidneys. They will not only provide you with better overall health, they are also good for your kidneys and can prevent kidney problems.


Apples are a good source of Vitamin C and pectin, which is a soluble fibre that can reduce cholesterol and glucose levels. It can provide you with lots of antioxidants. It is high in fibre and anti-inflammatory properties.


Water is the best tool for balancing water balance in your body. If you drink 6 to 8 glasses of water every day depending on your body weight, it will help you to keep your kidneys healthy. If you are more active, you may need more water. Water can help us by flushing out toxins that can lead to bacterial infection or kidney stones along with harmful particles in the blood. That is why ensure that you're drinking enough water.

Cranberry juice

Cranberry juice is another healthy option for you. It is good for your kidneys. However, be careful of the Cranberries juices that contain little fruit content and loads of sugar. You need 100% Cranberries use any possible organic and water based. It will help you to clean out your kidneys.


Eat Cranberries raw. Cranberries can protect your kidneys. They prevent the development and growth of ulcers and bacteria in your urinary tract. They are good for you because they can prevent ulcers and bacteria as they make you in more acidic. Cranberry does not allow such bacteria to attach to the inside of the bladder. Instead of dried cranberries, always go for fresh ones.


Vitamin di is extremely important for you because it can help you by regulating kidney function. Mushrooms contain high quantity of vitamin D and that is why mushrooms should be there in your diet.

Eggs whites

Egg whites are good for you as they provide high quality protein, but you should avoid the yolks because they have phosphorus which can be dangerous for you if you have kidney disease. Skinless chicken is another good quality protein for people who have any problems.


Kale is a good source of vitamin A and C, which will help you to prevent inflammation and protect the immune system. Kale also contains low levels of potash in comparison to other greens and also contain a large amount of iron.

Fish with omega-3 fatty acids

You need to consume fresh with high levels of omega-3 fatty acids in them. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential nutrients and since our body cannot make it, so you need to add it from outside. It has several important functions in the body. Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids but you can also consume mackerel, tuna, herring and sardines. Omega-3 fatty acids help you to control blood clotting and building cell membranes in the brain. It can also reduce the risk of abnormal heartbeats can lower blood pressure and decrease triglyceride levels.


It is a leafy green vegetable that contains high levels of vitamins A, C and K and also contains folate. Spinach has beta carotene which can boost your immune system health and also protect your vision. It also contains a good amount of magnesium.

References 1. All Natural Kidney Health & Kidney Function Restoration Program
2. Kidney Disease
3. Keep Your Kidneys Healthy