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“…Thus, the higher the consumption of foods rich in protein, the higher the serum urea. Another study that examined the phosphorus and protein content of the processed foods most consumed by HD individuals noted that the amount of protein consumed in these foods was greater than in the fresh food, due to the presence of food additives rich in nitrogen, such as nitrites and nitrates [4]. Our results suggest that the consumption of these foods can interfere with uremic control of HD individuals, which is crucial for life quality and retarding morbidity and mortality in these patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 65%
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“…Thus, the higher the consumption of foods rich in protein, the higher the serum urea. Another study that examined the phosphorus and protein content of the processed foods most consumed by HD individuals noted that the amount of protein consumed in these foods was greater than in the fresh food, due to the presence of food additives rich in nitrogen, such as nitrites and nitrates [4]. Our results suggest that the consumption of these foods can interfere with uremic control of HD individuals, which is crucial for life quality and retarding morbidity and mortality in these patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 65%
“…However, the nutritional transition has led to a reduction of the regular consumption of food rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals in contrast to the increased consumption of processed and ultra-processed food with high levels of saturated and trans fat, sugar and sodium [3]. These foods are also added to this inorganic phosphorus, which is more easily absorbed, increasing serum concentrations of this mineral in the bloodstream [4]. In addition, the nutritional composition of these could negatively modulate the lipid metabolism and other complications already prevalent in individuals with CKD Stage-5 [5].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When we analyzed the eating habits, 25% of participants ate out three times or more per week instead of eating home‐cooked foods. Watanabe et al chemically analyzed the phosphorus and protein contents of both processed and fresh foods and revealed that the majority of processed foods contained phosphorus‐containing additives. Thus, patients who eat out are more frequently exposed to processed food and tend to show a higher consumption of non‐protein sources of phosphorus.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Despite these mentioned benefits, recently phosphate salts have begun to cause a negative impact due to their potential health risks (Itkonen et al, 2017;Watanabe, Araujo, Vogt, Barretti, & Caramori, 2016). From this viewpoint, an important strategy to eliminate the risks arise from phosphates in meat products is to find healthier ingredients that could compensate for the lack of them.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%