Water Soluble Vitamins and Kidney Disease | is Vitamin B Good for Kidney Disease?
This video is about water soluble vitamins and kidney disease. This information’s coming from the September, 2022 Journal of Renal Nutrition, and it’s titled “Vitamin Needs and Treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients.” So what these authors we’re talking about was how in kidney disease we need a lot of vitamins, but it’s very controversial depending on the research and what you.
So you may need a lot of vitamins from absorption and adequate intake. Not taking enough, absorb it properly, you’re not converting it properly in your body cause your kidneys aren’t working properly. So they say very confidently saying People with kidney disease safely take water soluble vitamins.
Those are your B complex vitamins and your vitamin C. So you can take those freely, comfortably. You can get those in a multivitamin or it be complex. And it’s also a variety of types and we talk a lot about the vitamins. In other videos, I’ve done at least six or seven videos about it, so check them out.
Water-soluble vitamins are not long-lasting like fat-soluble vitamins. They immediately enter your bloodstream rather than getting stored in your body. Afterwards, anything your body doesn’t need is eliminated through your urine. Because of this, water-soluble vitamins rarely accumulate to toxic levels, and they are generally safe to supplement with, especially in cases of deficiency. .In other words, water-soluble vitamins are those that are dissolved in water and readily absorbed into tissues for immediate use. Since water-soluble vitamins don’t last long in your body, they need to be replenished frequently. The necessary water-soluble vitamins are vitamin C and the collection of B vitamins, including: B1 (thiamin) B2 (riboflavin)B3 (niacin)B4 (pantothenic acid) B6 (pyridoxine) B7 (biotin) B9 (folic acid or folate), and B12 (cobalamin). Special renal vitamins are usually prescribed and supplemented to provide extra water soluble vitamins needed.