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Diet Plan for Patients of Kidney Disease

Kidney, very important organ of the body which is very essential and normally eliminates waste products and extra fluid from your blood. But in case of kidney Disease, Acute, Chronic or Progressive kidney failure, some of the waste products and extra fluid remains in your blood. This means that kidneys are not functioning as good as they should to keep the body healthy. The Waste products and fluids come from the foods we eat and liquids we drink.
A well-planned diet is one of the way to control the levels of protein, potassium, sodium, fluid and phosphorus in body, and will help to maintain the normal level of the nutrients in body. This is helpful to slow down certain complications as of high blood pressure, proteinuria, anemia and the progression of kidney failure.
Consume food products rich with anti-oxidants, vitamins, phytochemicals and flavonoids. This diet may also help to slow down the loss of kidney function. The main goal of the diet is to keep you healthy.

To Avoid To Consume
Spinach Ridge guard
Potato Pumpkin
Sweet potato Bottle gourd
Mushroom Round gourd
Cauliflower Radish
Broccoli Carrot
Beet root Cabbage
Swiss Chard Bell Pepper
Brussels Sprouts Lettuce
Kale Capsicum
French Beans Turnip
Eggplant Ginger
Onion Peas (Boil before use)
Cucumber Green leafy vegetables rich in fiber, vitamins, phytochemicals and antioxidants
Garlic -
Arbi -
Kamalkakdi (Lotus Stem) -
Sem Phali (Bean pod) -
Meat Egg white boiled (2 eggs)
Fish -
Eggs -
Salmon -
Banana Apple
Rosemary Pears
Coconut Papaya
Dates -
Kiwi -
Orange -
Lemon -
Squash -
Artichokes -
Avocadoes -
Prune -
Raisins -
Pomegranate -
Tomatoes -
Watermelon -
Olives -
Bamboo Shoots -
Pineapple -
Figs -
Bael -
Salt - Use very less. If the Sodium (Na) levels are less than normal than can be given for 1 week or so.

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.

- Bay Leaves
- Mint
- Black Pepper
- Cardamom
- Sunflower Oil
- Olive Oil
Soybeans Green gram (Moong dal/ dhuli moong dal) 50 to 80 grams/day
Kidney beans Lentil dal, Pink lentil (Masoor ki daal)
Winged beans

Note - All in less quantity. Not more than 80 gms/day.

Black beans -
White Beans -
Lentil nuggets (Dal badiyan) -
Roasted grams -
Sattu -
Other Foods
Cheese Milk - low fat
Curd Wheat
Nuts and dry fruits like peanuts, almonds, cashew nuts, hazel nuts Rice
Brown Rice Sabudana kheer/Payasa
Garbanzo -
Chickpeas Mungdaal khichari
Non-fat milk powder -
Biscuits -
Namkeen -
Maggie -
Pasta -
Butter -
Honey -
Milk cream -
Pickles -
Papad -
Sauces -
- Coconut water

Note- Milk and milk products (milk, curd, lassi, paneer, butter) to be avoided especially in Diabetes patients.