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Can We Eat Cashew Nuts with FSGS

Can We Eat Cashew Nuts with FSGSCashew nut is a favorite between meal snack that can be readily found in your local market year around. Can we eat cashew nuts with FSGS? Go on reading, you will find the answer.

Moderate cashew nuts may be good for FSGS.

-If you have high blood pressure, you can eat them, because they lower your blood pressure with the help of magnesium present in them.

-To prevent bone disease, you can eat them. Because like calcium, magnesium is also important for bone health which is the main content in cashew nuts.

-If you are troubled by weight gain, you can try them. Because they are considered as fats, but they contain good cholesterol. Frequent nut consumption reduces your risk of weight gain.

In addition, they can help prevent cancer, build up healthy heart, prevent gallstones, digest, keep you safe from sideroblastic anemia, pellagra, etc.

Precautions:

If your blood phosphorus level is high or your FSGS is in advanced stage, you should had better limit the intake of cashew nuts, because they are great source of phosphorus. High phosphorus level can make you skin itchy.

Though cashew nuts have so many benefits, they can not replace your medical treatment. You should seek treatment aggressively to repair kidney damage and improve kidney function. Only in this way can you have less diet restrictions. In China, we use Chinese medicine to treat FSGS. Chinese medicine can set up a good blood environment for the damaged kidneys to heal themselves. For example, it can cleanse waste products out of renal cells and blood. They can also expand blood vessels and remove stasis to improve blood circulation. Moreover, they can lower blood cholesterol and regulate blood sugar level. After a period of treatment, your symptoms will get relief and your kidney function will improve.

Can we eat cashew nuts with FSGS? It depends on your medical conditions. If you would like to get an accurate answer, you can talk with our online doctor or send a scanned copy of your medical test report to igacure@gmail.com. We can help you analyze it and then give you some suggestions on FSGS healthy living and treatment.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.

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