Eating fish is beneficial for people suffering from kidney

Fish are rich in omega-3 and vitamin D. 

Fish is generally recognized as a helpful source of vitamin D,
including heart, brain, digestive system, and eye disease, but a new study has
revealed another surprising benefit. 

A recent study conducted by American experts has shown that
eating fish can be beneficial for people with kidney disease. 

According to the research published in the medical journal
‘BMJ’, American experts conducted research to check the effects of ‘Omega-3’ or
in simple words, different types of fish on kidney disease. 

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During the research, experts reviewed 19 different
investigations in 12 countries around the world. 

Experts reviewed the data of nearly 26,000 people involved in
the research, and information was collected from these volunteers for 11 years. 

The health of the volunteers whose data the experts reviewed was
reassessed 11 years later. 

Experts concluded from the research that overall, people who eat
a diet based on a variety of marine creatures, i.e. fish, have less kidney
disease while eating fish benefits people with old or severe kidney disease. 

The data showed that people who got the ‘omega-3’ vitamin from
vegetables and fruits had no difference in their kidney disease, while those
who ate fish had a significantly reduced risk, experts said. 

According to the study, people who ate a daily fish-based diet
had an 8 percent lower risk of kidney disease, while volunteers who ate more
fish-based foods had a 13 percent lower risk of severe kidney disease. 

Experts said that eating fish could also prevent kidney

Experts suggest that people should eat different types of fish for
kidney health.