When you have kidney damage, diet can play an important role in how the kidney functions. If your kidneys are having trouble filtering out nutrients from your blood, your body can develop toxic levels of some nutrients.
However, fruits often contain high levels of essential vitamins and antioxidants — substances that may protect your cells against the effects of free radicals, which are molecules produced by your body or the environment that can damage cells and play a role in the development of disease, inflammation and infections.
Fruits for chronic kidney failure stage 3 patient
Apples reduce cholesterol and keep you regular.
Red grapes contain a flavonoid known as resveratrol, which can reduce inflammation by increasing muscle relaxation in blood vessels.
Cranberries keep your urine more acidic to help prevent urinary tract infections, which can lead to kidney infection.
Blueberries and raspberries contain vitamin C and manganese, as well as anthocyanins, an antioxidant compound with anti-inflammatory properties.
Strawberries and cherries both contain antioxidants that protect your heart.
Avoid eating oranges and bananas if you have chronic kidney disease.