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Can I eat hami melon with Stage 3 Kidney Disease? Some people think the answer is yes, because of its rich nutritions. However, other people think the answer is no, because it has some minerals which are harmful to patients with stage 3 of

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Can Stage 3 Kidney Disease patients Eat Hami Melon

2014-05-17 02:49

Can Stage 3 Kidney Disease patients Eat Hami MelonCan I eat hami melon with Stage 3 Kidney Disease? Some people think the answer is yes, because of its rich nutritions. However, other people think the answer is no, because it has some minerals which are harmful to patients with stage 3 of chronic kidney disease.

Whether can you eat hami melon with Stage 3 CKD or not? That depends on your illness condition. If you have any questions, please contact with our online doctors directly. Now, let’s have a look at the nutritions of hami melon.

Hami melon is the type of muskmelon. As we known, it contains a great amount of sugar, so diabetics should eat carefully. Hami melon on hematopoietic function has a significant role in promoting human health, which usually can be used as an anemia diet. If you often feel tired, uneasy or best taste in mouth, eating hami melon is helpful for you. In Chinese medications, hami melon has been proved to be suitable for people with kidney disease, stomach disease, anemia and constipation. Besides, it is rich in vitamin A, vitamin B and vitamin C, which can provide necessary prower for the body, and enhance the immunity ability. More importantly, hami melon cannot be eaten too much, so as not to cause diarrhea.

Even though hami melon has so many benefits, it still does have some bad effects on stage 3 of chronic kidney disease patients.

As patients in this stage should limit intake of protein and potassium, patients should take in correct amount of hami melon based on your illness condition. If chronic kidney disease patients have normal urine output, they should eat more vegetables and fruits to get enough vitamins. However, if urine output decreases, especially less than 500ml per day, then vegetables and fruits should be eaten selectively. For example, hami melon contains high potassium, and chronic kidney disease patients with decreased urine output may have hyperkalemia. In this condition, patients should keep away from hami melon. Consult the doctor online to find out whether you can eat this fruit.

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