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What will be the diet of kidney patients in Ramadan?

Can kidney patients fast? And if so, what kind of precautions should they take? Everyone is more or less confused about the subject. Here are some important tips for kidney patients:

For whom fasting is risky

Fasting is risky for those with chronic kidney disease, those with kidney failure in the fifth stage, those undergoing regular dialysis, those undergoing urinary tract infections, and those with sudden kidney failure who are undergoing emergency kidney surgery. Moreover, if chronic kidney patients have any complications in the blood, those whose diabetes or high blood pressure is uncontrolled, they should control them and fast.

What should a kidney patient eat in fasting?

Kidney patients are generally forbidden to eat pulses and legumes if they have high creatinine. These include onion, besan made purple, halim, ghugani etc. So kidney patients should be excluded from the diet. Instead you can eat food made with rice powder. You can eat vegetable pakora made with flour. Potato chops can be fried with egg whites.

It is also better not to eat food with artificial colors and testing salt. Depending on the level of potassium in the body of kidney patients, what kind of fruit they should eat, or not eat at all.

However, without apples, beech, guava, pear, ripe papaya, pineapple, you can eat as much as you want. You can eat it with juice or dessert.

You can eat rice, bread, fish, chicken, milk etc. depending on the condition of the kidneys. However, it is better not to eat more than one protein at a time. For example, do not eat meat or eggs while eating fish.

Those who have high potassium in their blood should soak vegetables in potassium-free water for 30 minutes and eat a limited amount of fruits.

Check the blood components from time to time on the advice of your doctor. Eat moderate amount of rice-bread, fish-meat, eggs, milk during sehri. Eat dates, chira, curd, egg pudding, semolina, semai, payes, sagudana during Iftar.

At the same time loose salt and salt foods should be avoided and protein foods especially beef should be eaten less. It is better to eat for 1 day after 15 days, but you can eat chicken and fish in daily quantity.

Let’s not know what kind of vegetables and vegetables to make the menu.

Vegetables: You can eat red spinach, stalk spinach, kalmishak, sweet pumpkin spinach, laushak, mustard spinach, and kachushak.

Vegetables: Stems, Patol, Karala, Shrimp, Kankrol, Gourd, Cucumber, Eggplant, Rice, Pumpkin, Bean, Bean, Dhundul, Eggplant, Carrot, Chichinga, Shrimp, Rice, Pumpkin and Potato can be eaten less.

Fruits: Apple, ripe papaya, ripe guava, pineapple, pear, jamrul, ripe jackfruit, raw mango and ripe bell.

Others: Rice, Flour, Flour, Muri, Chira, Mug Dal (small quantity), Semai, Suji, Barley, Cornflakes, Maize, Cornflower etc.

Remember, now is the time of extreme heat. Open food, a variety of colorful sherbets on the side of the road can easily be infected by germs. Eating them can cause diarrhea, vomiting and sudden kidney failure in many patients. Therefore, we have to be aware of this. Even if you break your fast with everyone in the house, the diet plan of the kidney patient will be different.

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