Gooseberries or Indian amla has had a role in Ayuveda, the traditional medicinal system of India. Can a person doing dialysis three times a week eat gooseberries?
Studies indicate that extracts of this plant may have several beneficial effects. The extracts may lower cholesterol and blood sugar, protect the liver, protect against and heal certain types of gastric ulcers and have pain-relieving effects.
However, patients who have renal insufficiency should be concerned when they eat this fruits. Gooseberry is rich in potassium. Since damaged kidneys cannot remove excess potassium, patients may have symptoms like shortness of breath, weakness or muscle cramps. Therefore, whether patients on dialysis 3 times a week can take gooseberry or not depends on their own illness condition.
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