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2 Foods You Should Stop Eating In Your 60s To Keep Your Kidneys Healthy

If you're in your 60s, you're more likely to develop a variety of health problems that, if left untreated, can have a devastating impact on your quality of life. It has been suggested that avoiding specific meals in your 60s is important for maintaining strength and kidney function, as stated in an article published by medicalnewstoday. I'll tell you about some of the things your 60-year-old self should stay away from for the sake of her kidneys.

Alcohol is one of the key things you should stay away from while you're in your 60s. The intoxicating effects of alcohol are counterbalanced by the health risks it poses. High blood pressure can diminish renal function. High alcohol consumption can lead to dehydration, which can be harmful to the kidneys because they require water to function properly.

Second, processed foods are another no-no. Even though you may enjoy eating processed foods on a daily basis, you should know that they may be damaging your kidneys due to the high levels of salt they contain. High blood pressure and fluid imbalance can both be caused by a diet high in processed foods.

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