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Does Cashew Nuts Eating Elevate Uric Acid And Creatinine Levels In Blood?

I am 53 . No smoking no drinking. Regular exercise. No salt. No sugar. No Red meat. I eat a lot of cashew nuts everyday. Creatinine is high. 130 Uric acid os high 386 . BP high 180/100 Could these cashew nuts be causing thse high readings ? Please help
Mon, 6 Oct 2014
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Hello,
Thank you for your contact to health care magic. I understand your concern. If I am your doctor I suggest you no cashew but has nothing to do with this high level of readings. It must be some kidney disease that has caused you such a problem. I advice to do USG abdomen special reference to kidney, bladder and ureter. This will detect some of the underlying cause.
I will be happy to answer your further concern
You can contact me.
Dr Arun Tank. Infectious disease specialist.
Thank you.
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Does Cashew Nuts Eating Elevate Uric Acid And Creatinine Levels In Blood?

Hello, Thank you for your contact to health care magic. I understand your concern. If I am your doctor I suggest you no cashew but has nothing to do with this high level of readings. It must be some kidney disease that has caused you such a problem. I advice to do USG abdomen special reference to kidney, bladder and ureter. This will detect some of the underlying cause. I will be happy to answer your further concern You can contact me. Dr Arun Tank. Infectious disease specialist. Thank you.