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Eating Fish May Prevent Kidney Decline in Diabetics

Eating Fish May Prevent Kidney Decline in Diabetics

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(OrganicJar) Research is now discovering that eating fish at least twice a week, reduces the incidence of kidney disease in patients with diabetes by more than 75%. This is according to the American Journal of Kidney Diseases. The research revealed it’s the quality, not the quantity of the protein that matters, and fish protein seems to have protective effects. What happens: When you ingest fish, it reduces the amount of protein in your urine (macroalbuminuria). Diabetics are supposed to limit the amount of protein to delay the progression of kidney disease. Source: American Journal of Kidney Diseases, November 2008.
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