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is it good for patients with diabetic nephropathy patients take red onion

Red onions has gain great popularity among people. Besides, onions have many medical values, while, can patients with Diabetic Nephropathy eat red onions?

Firstly, what is the health benefits of red onions?

Lower blood pressure

The quercetie found in red onions not only prevents cancer, but also can reduce your blood pressure. The elevated blood pressure increases the risk of kidney disease, heart disease and stroke. Proper amount of the consumption of red onions can help you reduce the risk of hypertension.

Lower Blood Sugar

High blood sugar has dire consequences for your overall health. The foods which includes red onions can help you lower the risk of developing diabetes. In some cases, the red onions in the diet enabled patients to reduce their medications which has the function of antidiabetic.

Lower Cholesterol

The red onions are found to be the most effective in lowing cholesterol levels compared with garlic and white onions.

Boost Immunity

The pungency found in onions works to increase blood circulation and leads to sweating. It is useful to fight against infections, alleviate fever, sweat out colds and flu.

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