The litchi is a tropical and subtropical fruit tree native to the Guangdong and Fujian provinces of China,and now cultivated in many parts of the world. The fresh fruit has a "delicate, whitish pulp" with a floral smell and a fragrant, sweet flavor. Since this perfume-like flavor is lost in the process of canning, the fruit is usually eaten fresh. It is eaten in many different dessert dishes, and are especially popular in China, throughout Southeast Asia, along with South Asia and parts of Southern Africa. Then,is it good for patients with Kidney Failure patients to eat litchis?
Kidney Failure is a progressive loss of renal function over several months or years. Owing to the less obvious symptoms,patients will seldom find the renal damage,which connives the deterioration of the disease further. In addition,with the disease worsening,many severe symptoms and complications will appear,effecting and damaging patients’ disease condition. In the time of end-stage of CKD,patients need to do Kidney Dialysis or Kidney Transplant to maintain their life.
For Kidney Failure patients,a timely,effective treatments play an important role in controlling and relieving their disease condition. Besides,a healthy diet is also good for their disease condition. For some patients,some fruits may be their love. But sometimes,these fruits are dangerous for their condition.
Litchi is rich in sugar,vitamin,protein,fat and a variety of beneficial minerals. It is be good for our Qi and blood and can calm the nerves. Besides,the litchi can also activate your appetite. High vitamin can promote the microcirculation and enrich the blood.
But in fact,litchi is not good for Kidney Failure patients. High sugar in it will increase the renal burden or even worsen their kidney damage. Besides,in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine),litchi is hot in nature,so too much intake of it may cause inflammation. For patients with Kidney Failure,it is not suitable for them to eat.
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