One Vegetable Stands Out As A Potential Diabetic Kidney Damage Reverser!

Diet is one of the most important tools when dealing with diabetic kidney problems which cause loss of function and renal damage. Eating healthier and incorporating a wide (yet, kidney-friendly) range of fresh vegetables and fruits is an essential aspect of maintaining kidney function and could even, in some cases, help reverse the damage that’s already been done.

One fresh vegetable in particular stands out as being a superfood for diabetic kidney problems and it’s primarily because of a compound it contains. Phenylethyl isothiocyanate, is found in certain cruciferous vegetables and could potentially reduce the severity of kidney damage wreaked by diabetes.

This unique compound is found abundantly in watercress, which is the vegetable Robert references in the video. Aside from phenylethyl isothiocyanate, cruciferous vegetables contain numerous vitamins and minerals which could be of great value to your kidney health and overall well-being. Vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin A and folate. It’s for this reason that many kidney health experts recommend incorporating these vegetables into your healthy kidney diet. They can reduce inflammation and leave you feeling full of vitality.

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