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Curry Powder in India And Chronic Kidney Disease

Curry Powder in India, Chronic Kidney DiseaseCan Chronic Kidney Disease patients eat curry power? Curry powder is a mixture of spices of widely varying composition based on South Asian cuisine. It is commonly used in Indian families. Indian cooks often have readier access to a variety of fresh spices than their foreign counterparts. Some curry cooks will have their own specific mixtures for different recipes. These are often passed down from parent to child.

Curry powder is not only tantalizing for your taste buds, but comes packed with additional health values too. Curry powder is a zesty mix of medicinally potent spices like turmeric, cardamom, chilli, cumin, and coriander that does wonders for your health. Some spices, especially the hot ones, contain phytochemicals that averts cell damage and other chronic ailments. What more, curry powder is believed to be good for your brain, boost memory and protect against Alzheimer disease and cancer too. So, if you thought that curry powder was best used to spice up bland food, considering the health benefits may surprise you. Since they come with mild pungent taste, adding them to your curries, sandwiches, soups and stews will not just enhance the taste, it will benefit your health too. Though there are no materials show that Chronic Kidney Disease patients can not eat curry powder, patients should choose the ones that are not too spicy. The capsicin in chilli needs to be excreted through kidneys, which destroys the renal parenchyma cells.

The modern researches say that the chilli may cause the blood pressure to increase, which can aggravate the condition. Moreover, eating chilli is easy to make people get inflamed, in that case, the skin furuncle and skin infections are easy to happen. Moreover, if patients with Chronic Kidney Disease are treated by Chinese herbal medicines, the chilli is forbidden, which is because the capsicin can decrease the pesticide effect. So Chronic Kidney Disease patients can eat curry powder, but the amount of chilli should be avoided or limited.

Besides curry powder, there are many other Indian cuisines. And a strict dietary regimen should be given to Chronic Kidney Disease patients, so we are glad to give you the suggestions on diet and treatments.

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