World Kidney day: 5 Healthy Foods for People with Kidney Disease

The kidneys are critical to the body's overall health. Drinking plenty of water can help keep them in shape, and certain foods, such as dark leafy greens, oily fish, and berries, can also help.

Red bell peppers are low in potassium and high in flavour, and they are also high in vitamins C and A.

Red bell peppers

Cabbage is high in vitamin K, vitamin C, and fibre, as well as vitamin B6 and folic acid. It's an inexpensive addition to the kidney diet because it's low in potassium and low in cost.

Cabbage

Cabbage is high in vitamin K, vitamin C, and fibre, as well as vitamin B6 and folic acid. It's an inexpensive addition to the kidney diet because it's low in potassium and low in cost.

Garlic

Apples may help lower cholesterol, prevent constipation, protect against heart disease, and lower cancer risk.

Apples

Cranberries may also protect the stomach from ulcer-causing bacteria and improve overall healthy gut bacteria, promoting gastrointestinal health. Cranberries have also been linked to a lower risk of cancer and heart disease.

Cranberries