Grapefruit is a fruit rich in vitamins and carbohydrates, and it contains a lot of zinc, potassium and other trace elements.
The content of various nutritional components of grapefruit is as follows:
Every 100 grams of grapefruit containing 0.7 grams of protein, 12.2 grams carbohydrates, 0.8 grams of crude fiber, potassium 216 mg, 4 mg of calcium, 6 mg of magnesium, phosphorus 17 mg, iron 0.9 mg, 0.12 mg carotene, sulfate 0.07 mg, riboflavin 0.02 mg, niacin 0.5 mg, 41 mg ascorbic acid.
From the nutritional content of the above grapefruit, due to high potassium content, generally for patients with uremia should not eat. Patients need to strictly limit the intake of potassium and sodium in the diet, so as to avoid the renal tubular reabsorption dysfunction, and high potassium, hyperkalemia can easily lead to patients with cardiac arrest, life-threatening. Unclear please consult the doctor's advice.
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