Sugary Drinks and Kidney Disease | Avoid to Decrease Risk of Mortality

Sugary Drinks and Kidney Disease | Avoid to Decrease Risk of Mortality

This video is about sugary drinks and kidney disease, you need to avoid them. If you have just one sugar sweetened beverage per day, that’s your Coke, your Pepsi, your ginger ail, your red bulls, your your energy drinks, you will die a lot faster with Kidney disease. This comes from the Clinical Kidney journal¬† 2022.

Sugar, sweet and beverage consumption, a mortality of chronic kidney disease results from the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, heres what they they found. The more sugar sweetened beverages you have, you increase your risk of death more and more and more when you have kidney disease.

So look to get rid of them, cut them down, reduce them cold turkey. Replace them with water, tea, and you can even have some coffee. Coffee is showing to be okay with kidney disease.

Consuming more than two sodas a day also makes it more likely to have protein in their urine when compared to those who had fewer or no sodas on a daily basis. Protein in the urine, also known as proteinuria, is considered an early, but reversible, marker of kidney damage. Soft drinks sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup may be the most dangerous. The American Heart Association guidelines state that the recommended daily sugar intake is 9 teaspoons for adult men, 5 teaspoons for adult women and 3 teaspoons for children.

A 12-ounce can of non-diet soda has about 7 teaspoons of sugar, which is very hard on the kidneys and increase the mortality rate if you have chronic kidney disease. Carbonated and energy drinks have also both been linked to the formation of kidney stones. We highly suggest stopping the consumption of soda and sugary drinks if you have kidney disease, and replacing it with water, tea, or even coffee. Coffee has actually been shown to be beneficial for kidney disease.