Excessive drinking of alcohol harms the kidneys. Drinking properly helps health.
Drinking too much to harm the kidneys. Drinking properly helps healthy American researchers find that occasionally drinking a glass of red wine keeps the kidneys healthy.
Especially for those who may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease due to kidney problems.
The researchers presented the findings at the American Kidney Foundation meeting in April.
This way, drinking without harm can effectively reduce the risk of kidney-induced chronic kidney disease by 37%; in patients with chronic kidney disease, drink red wine (less than one cup) per day, and those who do not drink, the risk of cardiovascular disease is 29% lower.
Meta and his colleagues analyzed data from the 2003-2006 US National Health and Nutrition Examinations and the Kidney Foundation and found that moderate drinking is good for both the kidneys and the heart.
He analyzed that moderate drinking can reduce urine protein levels, while higher levels of urine protein may affect kidney function.
Based on the relationship between red wine and heart health, it may be due to the antioxidant and antioxidant effects of polyphenols in red wine.
The results of the new study at Harvard Medical School may also be consistent. It is necessary to correct that moderate drinking is the key, not unrestrained, and there is no doubt that the wine is harmful to the body.
In addition, experts recommend not to drink too much, it is best not to exceed two cups per day.