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Nov 06 2018


Why People with Kidney Disease Should Avoid High-Inflammatory Diets

Diet is an important part of managing many health conditions, and new research is shining a light on how essential it can be for healthy kidneys.

Researchers at the American Society of Nephrology last month demonstrated a link between pro-inflammatory diets to a higher risk of developing kidney failure, identified as end stage renal disease (ESRD) in people with chronic kidney disease (CKD).

“The implication of the study would be that based on our findings, we suggest that anti-inflammatory diets be tested whether they can lead to lower rates of [end stage renal disease] because our findings show a high risk of ESRD with a pro-inflammatory diet,” Tanushree Banerjee, PhD, the presenter of the research and a research specialist in the Department of Medicine at University of California San Francisco, told Healthline.

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