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Foods for People With Kidney Problems

Blueberries

Blueberries are one of the finest sources of antioxidants. They benefit the body in many different ways, including the ability to protect the body against a variety of diseases, such as diabetes, cognitive decline, certain cancers and heart disease. Also, the high nutrient content and low potassium, phosphorus and sodium can make a very good light snack that is kidney-friendly.

Sea Bass

Adding a serving of sea bass to your diet is a great way to introduce a high-quality protein. It is very rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are useful for reducing inflammation. Plus, it has the potential to help people who suffer with anxiety and depression. A further benefit of this type of fish is the low amount of phosphorus content compared to many others like salmon and shellfish.

Garlic

A special diet for people with kidney disease should be relatively low in sodium. So, a great alternative to adding salt to a dish for flavor is to use a substitute like garlic. Garlic is not only able to improve the taste, but can also provide several nutritional benefits. It is rich in vitamin B6, vitamin C, manganese and sulfur compounds that are known to help with inflammation.

Buckwheat

Buckwheat is one of the few whole grains that aren’t high in phosphorus. It is rich in nutrients like fiber, iron, magnesium and B vitamins. Plus, it is naturally gluten-free which makes a practical choice for those people who are gluten intolerant or have celiac disease. Buckwheat is available throughout the year and easy to use in a variety of dishes. It can even be used as a very acceptable substitute for porridge or rice.