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10 Amazing Super Foods to Maintain Your Kidney Healthy.

Updated on January 12, 2016

Kidney is one of the most vital organs of our body. It keeps our blood clean by filtering the toxins from it.
Kidney disease is curable if diagnosed early, otherwise it may be life threatening. The treatment of Kidney disease is also very expensive, long-term and painful. Therefore it is a better idea to try to maintain your kidney healthy by regular checkup and adopting a healthy diet plan.

Fortunately there are some foods which are called super foods due to its health-supporting properties,which can be included in our daily diet plan to maintain your kidney healthy.
Following 10 are such kidney-friendly super foods.

Red bell peppers

Red bell peppers are good for kidney and they are easily available in the market. It contains vitamins A, B6, C and folic acid. It also contains antioxidants which helps our body to fight against kidney diseases. Red bell papers can be consumed raw as salad. It can be enjoyed cooked along with other vegetables also. If you keep this in your daily diet plan, it will help you to maintain your kidney healthy as well.

Garlic


Garlic is another common ingredient which is having antioxidant properties and is excellent for maintaining a healthy kidney. One clove of garlic can be taken raw for better effectiveness but if the taste and smell is intolerable, you can cook and eat it, but in any form you must keep this ingredient in the diet to maintain your kidney healthy.

Onion

Onion contains a powerful antioxidant called quercetin which reduces the possibility of heart disease and fights against cancer. Being low in potassium, it is known as a kidney-friendly food. It can be enjoyed raw or as a cooking agent to add additional taste to any of your dish. This should be included in your daily diet plan as well.

Cabbage


Another inexpensive and easily available vegetable is cabbage. It is having a vital chemical compound called phytochemicals which work to break apart free radicals. It is believed that phytochemicals combat cancer and support cardiovascular health. Cabbage is also having vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin K and folic acid. Cabbage is high in fiber and low in potassium and therefore considered as a kidney-friendly food.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower is also a kidney-friendly super food. It is rich in vitamin C , folate and fiber. It also helps your liver to neutralize toxic substances. Therefore it is an important food for maintaining a healthy kidney.

Apples


It is said that an apple a day keeps the doctor away! Apple is very rich in fiber and has anti-inflammatory properties. It helps in reducing cholesterol and also prevents constipation. It is a kidney-friendly food.
Regular consumption of apple can protect you against heart disease and decrease the risk of kidney stones or any other kidney diseases.

Cranberries


Cranberries help in making urine more acidic. It also prevents urinary tract and bladder from infections. But cranberries are not so easily available in raw form, therefore it is difficult to include it in daily diet plan. It can be consumed when available or alternatively cranberries juice can be enjoyed.

Blueberries

Blueberries are very rich in antioxidant compounds called anthocyanidins. It gets its blue color from this antioxidant compound. It also contains lots of vitamin C, manganese and fiber. It is a good idea to keep this fruit in the breakfast menu for reducing the risks of kidney diseases.

Cherries


Cherries are also rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals. It has also been proved to be a kidney-friendly food. Therefore, it should be included in your daily diet plan.

Strawberries

Strawberries contain two types of antioxidants as well as lots of vitamin C, manganese and fiber. Having anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties strawberries is considered as a suitable super food for maintaining a kidney healthy.

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