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Can Blueberries Help Lower Creatinine Levels

Provided by Expert Zhang Youkang on 2013-12-20 16:00

Can Blueberries Help Lower Creatinine LevelsCan blueberries help lower creatinine levels? Blueberries are super foods that can help fight against many diseases. Creatinine is one waste product of muscle metabolism and discharged out of the body via kidneys. If depositing in the body too much, creatinine will cause many other problems. Are blueberries helpful?

Firstly, know the causes of high creatinine level.

In most cases, high creatinine level is associated with kidney disease. When kidneys can’t play their filtration function properly, excess waste products including creatinine will accumulate in the blood, so as to cause high creatinine level. Besides, some other conditions can also lead to elevated creatinine level, including, dehydration, over tiredness, long-term proteinuria or hematuria, floated hypertension, renal infections, etc.

Can blueberries help lower creatinine levels?

In some cases, blueberries do have an effect on reducing high creatinine level. Read on to find the answer by yourself.

1. High blood pressure and diabetes

If your creatinine level increases along with high blood pressure and diabetes, blueberries is able to help control hypertension and diabetes. This is because this fruit contains rich flavonoids that have effects of lowering high blood pressure, softening blood vessels, reducing high blood sugar and declining high cholesterol level.

2. Renal infections

Kidney infections should be controlled early, as it may lead to acute kidney failure. Blueberries are rich in antioxidant like vitamin C, so it can help boost patients’ immunity and prevent infections.

3. Kidney disease

Most often, high creatinine level is one indicator of kidney damage. If you don’t know whether your high creatinine level is caused by kidney disease or not, you can ask help from online doctor, so they can help you determine the cause. Once you are diagnosed, blueberries are good choices of fruits. It is reported that Zinc is good to treat chronic kidney disease, while blueberries are a good source of this mineral.

Now, we can know blueberries do help lower high creatinine level in some cases. However, this doesn’t mean it is suitable for all people. Find out whether you are candidate to this fruit with online doctor’s help.

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