Journal article

Impact of food and drinks on urine production: A systematic review

Upeksha S Alwis, Rebecca Haddad, Thomas F Monaghan, Paul Abrams, Roger Dmochowski, Wendy Bower, Alan J Wein, Saskia Roggeman, Jeffrey P Weiss, Sherif Mourad, Joris Delanghe, Karel Everaert

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE | WILEY | Published : 2020

Abstract

CONTEXT: The impact of food and drinks on body fluid metabolism is of direct clinical relevance but current evidence remains fragmented. AIM: Synthesise current evidence on the role of food and drinks in urine production. METHODS: Systematic review as per PRISMA guidelines using MEDLINE and EMBASE databases (completed October 2019). Studies reporting on the effect of food, food constituents, and drinks on urine production were included. Two authors performed an independent extraction of relevant articles using predetermined data sets and completed quality-of-study indicators. RESULTS: A total of 49 studies were included, of which 21 enroled human subjects, and 28 were clinically relevant ani..

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