It is very easy to avoid life-threatening chronic kidney diseases.

Want to avoid painful chronic kidney diseases? So make it a habit to eat some amount of fish every week.

This was revealed in a medical study conducted in Australia.

Symptoms indicative of kidney disease

A joint study by the George Institute for Global Health and the University of New South Wales found that eating fatty fish twice a week reduces the risk of chronic kidney disease, while the functions of this organ are also not affected with age.

It is estimated that around 700 million people worldwide suffer from chronic kidney disease.

These diseases increase the risk of kidney failure and death, and often their knowledge is also very late.

This new study found that excessive use of omega-3 fatty acids found in fish helps reduce the risk of kidney problems.

Why does the severity of the disease feel worse at night when there is a cold or fever?

During the research, omega-3 fatty acids present in fruits or vegetables could not be found to reduce the risk of kidney disease.

“Although we can’t say for sure which types of fish are more helpful in preventing kidney disease, we found that high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids in the blood reduce the risk of life-threatening kidney diseases,” the researchers said.

These fatty acids are high in fish found in cold waters, he said.

What are the effects of skipping one meal a day on the body?

They said that people are already advised that eating fat fish twice a week is beneficial for health.

Earlier research on animals had shown that omega-3 fatty acids could improve kidney function, but not much work was done on humans in this regard.

That’s why the researchers examined the effects of omega-3 fatty acids on humans in this study.

After analyzing the results of 19 research reports in 12 countries, the researchers found that high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids in the blood reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease.

Scientists’ major advances, old age close to becoming a thing of the past

Taking into account age, gender, body weight, smoking, alcohol use, physical activity and other factors, it was found that eating more fish reduces the risk of chronic kidney diseases by 8 to 13 percent.

Similarly, the rate of decline in kidney function also slows down.

The findings were published in the journal BMJ.



3rd Professional Medical Student. Karachi Medical and Dental College.

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