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What foods to eat when you have chronic kidney disease

There are several things that you can do at home to treat and even

prevent kidney disease. This next set of tips will discuss some of these.

Drink Water

Probably one of the simplest things that you can do, drinking water can really help lessen your chance of getting kidney disease. You should drink a minimum of 50% of body weight in ounces of water daily. For example, a 150 lb person would drink 75 oz of water.

Eat Well

Eating good foods can reduce your risk of developing kidney disease. Foods like:

Leafy green vegetables

Fruits

Whole grains

Legumes

Fish and poultry (in small portions)

Brown rice,

Parsley

Oats

Barley

Stay Active

Exercising and staying active can help prevent kidney disease. Studies have shown that people who lead active lifestyles are less likely to develop kidney disease. Start exercising every day to reduce your risks.

Castor Oil Pack

Castor oil has anti inflammatory properties and may be used to relieve painful cramping or spasms. To make a pack, soak a towel in castor oil, and put it where it hurts

Restricting Oxalates

Restricting foods high in oxalates can help prevent kidney disease. These foods include:

Beets

Collards

Okra

Refried beans

Spinach

Sweet potatoes

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