For patients with kidney disease, a healthy diet and lifestyle can effectively help them to delay the development of the disease. Can spirulina affect the kidneys? What should CKD patients do to slow down or avoid Kidney Failure?
Spirulina is not a product of the sea but of the alkaline lake. Spirulina’s main nutritional component is protein, up to 65%. Protein is also one of the necessary nutrients for people with kidney disease.
What are the effects of spirulina?
First, doctors recommend kidney disease patients take high-quality protein, such as meat, fish, egg, because its amino acid structure is very suitable for human absorption, and will not increase the burden on the kidneys.
The protein of spirulina also contains eight kinds of essential amino acids, and the proportion is almost same as the proportion recommended by the United Nations FAO, and the absorption rate as high as 90%, so it will not increase the burden on the kidneys.
Second, vitamin B12, folic acid, and iron in spirulina can well improve renal anemia.
Third, spirulina can increase the human endonuclease activity, so as to repair part of the damaged kidney cells.
So you can take spirulina. However, because spirulina contains trace amounts of toxins, it can cause harm to the human body. Therefore, it is not recommended for long-term use. Specific dose can be decided based on the condition and in accordance with the doctor’s advice.
In addition, simply spirulina takes no effect on delaying renal failure, patients also need to receive effective and systematic medical treatment, Chinese medicine is a great choice.
Chinese medicine Detoxification Therapy (Toxin-Removing Treatment) can improve blood circulation and purify the blood. The active ingredients in traditional Chinese medicine can repair damaged kidneys and improve renal function, fundamentally reducing the High Creatinine Levels, treating Proteinuria, and so on.
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