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Patients with kidney disease can also eat beans

2017-03-06 16:58

Over the years, people have been circulating in patients with kidney disease should not eat beans and soy products. The doctor also emphasized that the renal function decreased to a certain extent

Control protein intake, try to choose high-quality protein, such as animal meat, milk, eggs, etc., do not eat soy, peanut and other vegetable protein. Such control

Treatment of protein intake, known as high quality low protein diet. Thus, the gradual formation of kidney disease patients do not eat soy food tradition. near

Over the years, the study found that soy is rich in branched chain amino acids, no harm to kidney disease. As a result, it is now no longer advocated for kidney patients to eat beans


Legumes are a kind of plant food, but the essential amino acids in the protein are close to the animal protein in quantity and proportion. Soy protein

The content is as high as 35% ~ 40%, among which soybean protein is the best plant quality protein. Not only that, but also rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron and B

Vitamin C. Often eat beans, can improve the nutritional supply of food, but also to avoid the negative effects of excessive meat. Because legumes

At the same time, the protein content is much lower than that of fish, meat, eggs and milk. And soy foods rich in linoleic acid and phospholipids, can promote

Neurodevelopment in children. Linoleic acid, as well as reducing the role of cholesterol in the blood, is to prevent high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, arteriosclerosis and other good food.

The principle of diet in patients with nephropathy is to control the total amount of protein intake, and animal protein and vegetable protein food should be used with food. Dietary intake of legumes

As part of the total protein intake (dialysis patients should not exceed the total amount of 1 / 3), which is good for renal function. General nephrotic syndrome

The daily intake of protein in patients with the best 40 ~ 50 grams; renal insufficiency, uremia patients and patients with renal failure, daily vegetable protein and animal

The total protein intake is preferably not more than 40 G. If you are a patient with end-stage renal disease, you should strictly limit the intake of protein.

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