Diabetic kidney disease and probiotic soy milk

Hamid Nasri

Abstract


Diabetic nephropathy (DN) or diabetic kidney disease (DKD) is a serious complication of diabetes.Various mechanisms were suggested for the development of DKD.The high production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) is the central and major mediator of diabetes tissue damage.Some studiesshowed disruption of normal gut microbiota (dysbiosis) associated with systemic and metabolicdisease, such as chronic kidney disease. Other studies also demonstrated the correlation betweenoxidative stress and misbalance of gut bacteria and suggested the consumption of probiotics in diabetic patients. This paper will review the research conducted on the effect of probiotic soy milkon DN.  Nasri H.Diabetic kidney disease and probiotic soy milk.Ann Res Antioxid.2018;3:e01.         

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