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Can Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Drink Milk?

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  • Posted By: pkdcn2897
  • December 11, 2012
  • 08:41 AM

Can Chronic Kidney Disease patients drink milk? Milk contains essential and a variety of amino acid, and the amount is also enough. In addition, the structure of protein is quite similar to that of humans, which means that the nutrition is easy to be absorbed. So it is good for Chronic Kidney Disease patients to have some milk, which contains good quality protein. Experts summed up the advantages if patients with Chronic Kidney Disease patients drink milk.

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