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Is radish root good for lupus nephritis patients? My friend is suffering from the disease and looking for the proper diet and possible treatment. Please help her and thanks in advance.
Hello, friend. For your questions, I’m glad to help you, but I need to more detailed her illness condition. After all, the diet plan should be personalized. The following content may be helpful for your friends.
Lupus Nephritis is an autoimmune kidney disorder which is commonly secondary to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE). It results form the deposits of immune complexes in glomeruli which can cause kidney filters, glomeruli, to fail to work normally. In the condition, patients have to suffer from various symptoms and discomforts such as red spot, blood urine, low immunity, high blood pressure and so on. As a matter of fact, eating radish can be beneficial for relieving or at least controlling progress of illness condition to some extent. Because radish can help patients do the following things:
1. Improve immunity
Radish is a good source of vitamin C vegetable which can restore immune system and prevent every illness from attacking your body.
2. Natural diuretic
The diuretic function of radish can help discharge wastes and toxins that accumulate in the kidneys, so as to relieve some symptoms like itchy skin, high creatinine level, poor blood circulation and so on.
In addition that, radish also can help patients improve the conditions below:
1. Control blood sugar
2. Lower high blood pressure
3. Alleviate headache, nausea and vomiting.
Everything has two sides and there is no exception for diet. If you have a high potassium level, you should limit intake of the high-potassium diet just like radish. any follow-up question, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will get the professional answer ASAP.