Eid-Ul Fitr, also known as Feast of Breaking the Fast, which means the end of Ramadan. During the holiday, all people get together for celebrating and enjoying delicious food. However, for patients with kidney disease, they should pay highly attention to their daily dietary during the festival.
Kidney expert points out, “bad dietary habits may spoil Eid, and cause further damage to the kidneys”. Well then, how to keep the friendly-kidney diet for Muslim with kidney damage? Kidney Doctor give the following warnings for your reference. If you have any questions or want to get individualized advice, you can contact us for free through emailing us to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message below directly and we will do our best to help you.
1. Don’t eat too much meat on the festival occasions like Eidul Azha, without knowing that it may be dangerous for their health and can spoil the festivity. Eating excessive amounts of meat may cause heart disease, kidney disease, osteoporosis, and cancer and can cause a number of serious complications among chronic patients.
2. Don’t eat rich-protein and high fatty food. Our kidneys work to remove excess protein from body, so eating too much protein can stress them out, leading to further kidney damage and even contributing to renal failure in some cases. In addition, it is also important to avoid high-fatty food so as to reduce kidney’s burden.
3. Don’t eat high-salt diet. During the festival, kidney disease patients should keep away from salty food, because high salt diet contributes to leading to swelling, and high blood pressure, which are dangerous for patients with kidney damage, especially for severe kidney damage.
4. Don’t sleep at once after a meal. If we sleep immediately after a meal, the food will not be able to digest properly and this will lead to gastric problem and infection in our intestine. The problems should be noted for all people.