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Which fruit is good for kidney creatinine?

Fruit is attracting an increasing number of people these days. One of the most popular fruits is the kiwi. Is it safe for renal failure patients to eat kiwi fruit? Is it enough to stop Chronic Kidney Failure from progressing?

According to nutritionists, kiwi is the king of fruits since it is high in various nutrients with multiple functions and benefits. It contains a wide range of nutrients and minerals, including calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, and multivitamins, all of which are essential for human health. Consuming kiwis on a regular basis can help to avoid senile osteoporosis, lower cholesterol levels, enhance cardiac muscle performance, prevent heart disease, and fight cancer to some extent. If you eat it in the winter, it can assist to alter the human body's function, increase resistance, and provide sustenance to our bodies.

However, if you have CKD and have a creatinine level of 2.3, you should avoid eating too much kiwi because your kidney function has been compromised, and eating too much would put additional strain on your kidney. If you wish to eat it, talk to your doctor or one of our expert experts first. Because each patient has a unique disease situation, they will provide you the best advice possible. In a nutshell, don't eat any fruits until you've researched their benefits and drawbacks. Is it enough to stop Chronic Kidney Failure from progressing? Controlling the progression of chronic renal failure with kiwi fruit is insufficient. Treatments are crucial in slowing the progression of Chronic Kidney Failure.

Nutritional value

 The quantities of specific nutrients in a 69 g kiwi are listed in the table below.

It also indicates how much of each nutrient an adult requires on a daily basis, based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015–2020. Specific needs, however, differ depending on a person's age and gender.


Amount in 1 kiwi (69 g)

Daily adult requirement

Energy (calories)



Carbohydrates (g)

10.1, including 6.2 g of sugar


Fiber (g)



Calcium (mg)



Magnesium (mg)



Phosphorus (mg)



Potassium (mg)



Copper (mcg)



Vitamin C (mg)



Folate (mcg)



Beta carotene (mcg)


No data

Lutein & zeaxanthin (mcg)


No data

Vitamin E (mg)



Vitamin K (mcg)




Adding Kiwifruit to the diet

Here are some suggestions for including kiwis in your diet:

  1. Cut a ripe kiwi in half, leaving the skin on, and consume each half with a spoon to make kiwi cups.
  2. Combine kiwi, pineapple, mango, and strawberry chunks in a fruit cocktail.
  3. With kiwi, spinach, apple, and pear make a green smoothie or juice.
  4. On a hot day, freeze kiwi slices and consume them as a snack or dessert.
  5. Toss diced kiwi with spinach, walnuts, dried cranberries, diced apple, feta cheese, and a light vinaigrette dressing in a salad with spinach, walnuts, dried cranberries, diced apple, feta cheese, and a light vinaigrette dressing.

Hot Compress Toxin removal

Treatment with a Hot Compress Toxin removal——removal of toxic pathogenic substances from the kidneys with a hot compress The purpose of using a hot compress on bilateral Shenshu acupoints (BL23) is to micro-process medicinals that remove toxins and restore original qi and apply them externally to Shenshu acupoints (BL23). With pathogenic toxin removed and original qi restored, the goal of toxin cleansing can be achieved.


Vitamin C and antioxidants are abundant in kiwifruit. It can be eaten as a healthy snack, packed easily in lunch boxes, and used to flavor sweet foods and salads.

Kiwis are also included in the Environmental Working Group's 2019 Clean Fifteen list of pesticide-free foods.

If you have any additional questions or require assistance with kidney disease treatment, please leave a message below and we will do our best to assist you.



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