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Can Moringa Fight Against Kidney Disease

2016-01-13 10:37| Font Size A A A

Can Moringa Fight Against Kidney DiseaseMoringa is an important food source in some parts of the world. Due to its natural properties, moringa is usually used to treat various disease, like diabetes, high blood pressure, constipation, headache, etc. Well then, can moringa fight against kidney disease? Let’s analyze it!

Actually, there are many healthy benefits for renal disease patients to take moringa. You can find out the corresponding benefits in the following content. If you have any questions, you can email to us at renal-disease@hotmail.com or add my Whatsapp or Viber 8615226572289. And I will reply you ASAP.

1. Prevent anemia

Anemia is a quite common symptom for patients with kidney disease and it worsen kidney condition directly. Because the herb contains lots of iron, so regulating eating of moringa will help to prevent anemia effectively to some extent.

2. Help expel kidney stone

Kidney stone patients can make routine moringa leaf as vegetables every day for a month and also routine, which helps raoid kidney stine shed and come out with urination. Moringa leaf can increase urine output, cure illness of the digestive tract and can remove stones in the bladder.

3. Balance electrolyte level

When kidneys are damaged, electrolyte disorders will disturb your healthy life. High phosphorus gives rise to low calcium level in the blood which can cause various bone problems, like bone pain and bone fracture. Moringa is a rich source of calcium which is higher than in milk.

Other benefits:

it is also used to reduce swelling, boost immune system, thyroid disorders, heart problems, stomach pain, and bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic infections.

Although it has so many benefits for renal disease patients, it does not mean all patients can eat it. Therefore, to get an individualized answer, you’d better to consult our Online Doctor. Good Luck!



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