Asparagus is a springtime vegetable that is versatile and uniquely delicious and it also has been used as a medicinal food/herb for a long time. Due to its natural properties, a regularly intake of the food also can help improve renal function. Now, follow me to find out more info.
Actually, asparagus is most well known for its specific action on all of the urinary system (kidneys and bladder). The specific functions are mainly performed at the following aspects:
1. Ease Swelling and Control High Blood Pressure
Edema and hypertension are the typical symptoms for patients with kidney disease. Asparagus is often regarded as a natural diuretic, which can help remit swelling and high blood pressure through discharge extra fluid from the body.
2. Smooth the entire urinary system
The vegetable has the function of smoothing the entire urinary system, which will help prevent the infections in urinary system. Because the urinary tract infection will cause further kidney damage.
3. Prevent cancer
The selenium present in asparagus can help prevent the growth and proliferation of cancer cells. And it can help raise the resistance of the body.
4. Improve immunity
Immune system can be well improved by eating the vegetable because it is rich in vitamins, such as vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E and so on.
5. Help to break up the uric acid in kidneys
High uric acid level may occur when kidney damage occurs, which is also bad for patients. Fortunately, asparagus can help renal disease patients to break down their uric acid level.
Through the above analysis, we can know asparagus indeed has so many benefits, but whether you can eat or how much you can eat should still depend on your own illness conditions because different illness conditions have different restrictions and requirements. If you wanna an individualized diet plan, you can send your recent test reports to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly and we are glad to help you!