Since salad is made from many fresh vegetables or fruits, it is considered as a very healthy diet for us. Salad dressing is inevitable because it makes the salad tasty. However, salad dressing is not OK for someone who have certain disease. Well then, can patients with kidney disease take salad dressing?
Get facts on salad dressing
Salad dressing is usually made by vegetable oil and egg yolk. Most of people think that salad is good dietary source to get nutrition. However, salad dressing is a of high calorie, high fat and high cholesterol, which signifies that too much intake of salad dressing may cause bad influences on our cardiovascular system and increase the kidney burden. For those who have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) with kidney deficiency, they should be more cautious about the salad dressing intake. You should keep the intake within limited amount, and you can consult your doctor for that purpose.
Diet principle of kidney disease patients
In general, patients with kidney disease will have some symptoms like swelling, fatigue, urinary changes in color, volume and frequency, high blood pressure, or bone pain, etc. Wrong diet intake will worsen those symptoms and kidney disease will progress into advanced stages. That must be not what you want to see. Thereby, follow the dietary principle:
1. Take a low salt, fat and protein intake.
2. Drink moderate water.
3. Increase the intake of vitamin to increase resistance and immunity and avoid infection and deterioration.
Salad dressing that is kidney-friendly
Combinations of chicken, tuna and low potassium fruit, easy pasta salad and cool, crispy vegetable salad are some of the tempting, kidney-friendly recipes in your diet list. Even thought they are kidney-friendly, you cannot take too much.
This is a general under standing of salad effects on kidneys. If you want to know more about diet for kidney disease in details, you can contact the live doctors or leave a message below.