“Is it ok to us apple cider vinegar if you have a chronic kidney disease? I have high blood pressure, foamy urine, swelling. 62 years old.” If you have any questions about yourself or our therapies, please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR directly for free.
Can Kidney failure patients drink apple cider vinegar?
Potassium is a important mineral, which plays a crucial role for the properly function of all cells, tissues, and organs in the human body. Kidney failure can cause disturbance of potassium metabolism, leading to high potassium level or low potassium level in blood. Both high level of potassium and low level of potassium are abnormal condition. For people with elevated potassium level over than 5.5mmol/L, they run a higher risk for irregular heartbeat, muscle pain, muscle tremor, nausea, vomit and drowsiness.
Apple cider vinegar is rich in potassium and for these whose potassium level is higher than the normal range, they need to stay away from it. Kidney failure can lead elevation of potassium level, so some kidney failure patients should avoid using apple cider vinegar.
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