The 10 Best Foods for Kidney Health

In the event that your child has been diagnosed with kidney disease, it is only normal for you to want to do everything in your power to ensure that he or she remains healthy. Why don't you begin with the food that you provide with dinner? 

Berries don't have a lot of potassium like other foods do. They also have a lot of good for your child's body nutrients and antioxidants. You can use blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, or blueberries.   

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Berries 

Another fruit that is low in potassium is the apple. Plus, they're good for you because when you eat them with the peel on, they're high in fiber and naturally reduce inflammation.    

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Apples  

If you want to provide your child with a wonderful dose of protein without the phosphorus that is found in the yolk, you should serve them an egg white omelet.   

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Egg whites 

This vegetable is a nutritional powerhouse. It has anti-inflammatory qualities, fiber, and vitamins C, K, and B. You can eat it as a snack with a low-fat dip or mash it up to use instead of potatoes.  

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Cauliflower 

Chicken tenders cooked on the grill are a healthy and kid-friendly way to get a lot of energy. Pick chicken without the skin because it has less salt, potassium, and phosphorus.  

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Chicken 

Lots of veggies have a lot of potassium, just like many fruits. Bell peppers, on the other hand, are not, and they are full of vitamins C and A, which help the nervous system.   

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Bell peppers 

Your child may enjoy tropical fruits like bananas and oranges, which are high in potassium. Pineapple is a tropical staple with low potassium but high fiber, manganese, and vitamin C.  

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Pineapple 

Kids with kidney disease may need to limit their protein intake, but they still need adequate protein sources. Fish is one. Fatty fish like salmon include omega-3 fatty acids, which aid the brain and heart and reduce inflammation.  

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Fish 

Phosphorus-rich dairy products like ice cream are frequently off limits for kids with kidney impairment. Your child may want something chilly and sweet like sorbet, which has less phosphorus and potassium.  

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Sorbet 

Every once in a while, everyone, even kids, needs something crunchy to snack on. Serve herbs and spices on top of plain popcorn instead of salty snacks that could be bad for your kidneys.  

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Unsalted popcorn 

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