Can Kidney Patients Eat Almonds | Health Benefits of Almonds | Dry Fruits in Kidney Disease


Friends, if you are suffering from any kidney
disease and consulting any doctor or searching
online then… you will be aware that you shouldn’t intake
any dry fruits. Dry fruits contain different minerals that
may harm your body during kidney diseases. In general, dry fruits are very beneficial
for our health. Dry-fruits give sufficient energy to your
mind and body parts to function smoothly. But, in kidneys diseases, the nutrients present
in dry fruits can harm your body. Now the question arises, is there any dry
fruit that you can consume in kidney diseases? Today, we will discuss on the same topic. The dry-fruit, you can consume in kidney
diseases is Almond. Almond is found in India as well as Africa
and Middle-eastern countries. In fact, Almonds are a type of seeds That’s why, they can’t be kept into category
of a complete dry-fruit. Many ancient books state that Almond is a
super-food and wonderful thing. But you will be amazed to see that Almond can be used as several safe recipes
in Renal Diet. Yet kidney patients should intake almonds
in a limited amount so that you can get the most of their benefits. But kidney patient should keep in mind that they should not eat salted or fried almonds. Added salt in Almond can increase your body
sodium That may be problematic in your kidney disease. Moreover, it can also put many adverse effects
on health. Almond contains many other minerals but in
a limited amount. In kidney disease, you should be causious
about the level of calcium, phosphorus, potassium
and protein isn’t increasing. As a result, you can consume almond easily but as discussed earlier, consume it in less
quantity. You will wonder that milk can also be obtained from almond
which is called almond milk. You can consume it in place of normal milk as
normal milk contains high phosphorus which is very less in almond milk. Also remember
that any edible will affect your kidneys’ condition that
is why you should know about the current condition of your kidneys
and you should eat almond and any other thing accordingly. You can
eat almond in kidneys’ disease. It also has
many other benefits as almonds contain vitamin E in excess which
is a type of antioxident that makes your heart strong and protect
you from heart attack. Heart attack and other heart diseases are
major factors behind chronic kidney disease.That is why if your
heart will also stay stong then there will be low chances of kidney diseases
in your body. Almonds also prevents anemia and if by any chance you suffer from anemia
then your blood count will keep increasing. If you have kidney
disease then it can also result in anemia
and there can be a lack of red blood cell in your body
due to which you might face fatigue. Different elements present in almond can
steadily improve your anemia. Almonds also alleviates blood sugar level. You might know, that diabetes or blood sugar
is one major reason behind kidney disease. By eating almonds,
your persistently elevating blood sugar level
might decrease slowly. You see, almond is the only
dry fruit that you can make a part of your kidney diet.
But along with kidney diet you will need
Ayurvedic treatment of karma Ayurveda. Here, Dr. Puneet Dhawan
treats numerous kidney patients daily. Let us meet
one such patinet. What is the name of patient? Bhagwaan Gupta. Where is he from? Agra. What were the problems
when he first arrived? Problems creatine was elevated, pain in legs. However,there
is no pain now. Who is this patient to you? He is my father. What were the suggestions of doctor in Agra?
Gwalior’s treatment was in process and doctor had suggested us
to do preparations for dialysis. Although, we never find dialysis useful and
after that we came here. You have been told about dialysis at that
time and creatinine was also high at that
time? Creatinine was around 5.00 mg/dL. Did you
bring that report? When he first came, creatinine was around
5 mg/dL. This report is of 6, october, 2019. Dialysis was advised to them. What is the
age of patient? Seventy two. Alright! And
is he physically good? Is he healthier than before?
Tell the viewers how you feel the change
as compared to before. Tell openly. It is a lot of improvement as
compared to before. How should I tell this?
It is a lot of improvement. Earlier, the problem was
constipation. It is okay now. He used say it is trouble clearing the stomach.
It is better now. Swelling used to happen and it used to be painful.
There is no pain now, else is in report. He have witnessed very good results. The
creatinine had reached about 5.00 mg/dL and dialysis was advised to them. He have
got the reports done in Agra. And now he have got a latest test done on
1 march 2019. It has been done in Agra. Creatinine is 2.41
mg/dL and urea is 74.8 mg/dL in this report. There is a huge difference
in this report. The creatinine was continuosly increasing
and dialysis had been advised to Bhagwaan Gupta. His is 72 years old and
had got all the tests done in Agra only. He has witnessed very good reasults and changes. He has followed treatment guidelines and
is now completly out of the protocol of dialysis.
Creatinine has come to the range of 2.41 mg/dL from
5.00 mg/dL. He doest not need dialysis. Swelling and other problems are also resolved. You
see, how karma Ayurveda has easily treated the kidney disease
of this patient. We hope you like this video. Like, share
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meet in next video. Stay healthy. Stay happy.
If you are also on kidney dialysis and want to avoid
this painful procedure then you can also contact Dr. Puneet Dhawan.
Our address is G-20, NDM-1, Plot Number – B-2,3,4, Opposite – NIMS, Netaji Subhash Place, Pitampura New Delhi – 110034. Our phone numbers are 09871712050, 011-42644274. Our E-mail ID is [email protected] For more information you can log on to our website, www.karmaayurveda.com

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