Monday, November 28, 2016

The Kidney Cleanse Tea

Finally the Kidney Detox Tea my readers were always asking for! If you have problems souring all the ingredients, check video description! Subscribe to my Youtube Channel for more how to videos!

Monday, November 7, 2016

How to control high potassium levels with these 4 foods

For a kidney patient, monitoring potassium levels is absolutely critical.
In fact, eating what is considered to be an healthy diet for everybody else, can put your heart at risk.




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Monday, October 17, 2016

Is a vegetarian or vegan diet good for a kidney patient?




So, is a vegetarian or vegan diet good for a kidney patient? After watching this video, you’ll find out that the answer is pretty univocal.

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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Kidney infection symptoms and how they could lead to kidney disease

How “Kidney Infection Symptoms” can Lead To Kidney Disease





Urinary tract infection are very common - about half of people, in their life, have experienced the distress related to an urinary tract infection (UTI): urgent, frequent and painful urination. In most cases, kidney infections symptoms are caused by people trying alleviate UTI symptoms using home remedies.

If you ever got an urinary tract infection, like cystitis, you may understand why some people are tempted to just drink cranberry juice and hope for the better.
But the expert says this is not only dangerous, but can lead to a kidney infection, which can be really serious.
Health care providers suggest that a kidney infection is something that ALWAYS needs appropriate medical attention.
The reason for this is that - if not treated with proper medications - this type of infection can cause irreversible damage to the kidneys.
This could even lead to chronic kidney disease

The following symptoms of kidney infection are the most severe
• Discomfort and pain in the lower back
• discomfort and pain in the side
• discomfort and pain around the genitals
• feeling very weak or tired
• fever (temperature up to 39.5C or 103.1F)
• shivering or chills
• loss of appetite
• diarrhea 
• feeling sick

These kidney infection symptoms could lead to kidney disease, so it is important not to underestimate them. 

Kidney infections can be caused and can be simultaneous to  cystitis or urethritis.
In this case there could be symptoms specific of these urinary tract infections
Specific symptoms of urinary tract infections are:
• sensation of burning during urination
• pain during urination
• Increase in the frequency of urination
• Persistent and strong urge to urinate
• Cloudy urine
• Smelly urine
• Blood or pus in the urine
• Difficulty emptying the bladder
• pain in your lower abdomen

Also there are greater chances for the bacteria to spread to the bloodstream, thereby causing life-threatening infection.
Pyelonephritis, which is commonly known as kidney infection is the term used for denoting a specific kind of UTI, is generally known to start at the urethra (but it can begin at bladder as well) and can reach the kidneys.
When it comes to treatment to kidney infections, antibiotics are generally prescribed and there are chances that hospitalization might be recommended.

When to seek medical help?
If you’re experiencing any of these kidney infections symptoms, it is better to seek medical help immediately.
Also in case you are already getting treated for kidney infection, but there are no improvements, it is better to fix up an appointment with your doctor.
The thing to remember here is that severe kidney infections can lead to life-threatening complications.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

I’m no longer on kidney dialysis

The program that helped me is made by Dr. Duncan Capicchiano, you can find it at this link

I am Michael Wright and what I want to tell you is


How I’ve reversed Kidney Disease for good

Today, I’m no longer on kidney dialysis.


After starting The Kidney Disease Solution program, it took me about two months to get out of dialysis. Today, after 3 years, living my life again, free from dialysis, still seems too good to be true.

I still need to do regular blood tests and check my conditions. Latest blood test showed another improvement in the condition of my kidneys.
My physician told me the holistic treatment I’m following has saved my whole life, not just my kidneys.
In the hope of giving back something to the people, I’ve opened my blog and a Youtube Channel to share my experience.

p.s. Always more people are asking me in the comments where to find Duncan Capicchiano's Beat Kidney Disease, the treatment that saved my life. In my opinion, the easier way to get it is downloading it directly from the website of Dr.Capicchiano.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Myths and truths: the egg in renal diet

Always remember to ask your doctor before making any change to your renal diet!
From the time the Framingham research during the 1960s connected high-cholesterol to heart problems, eggs have developed a bad reputation. In fact, a single egg yolk provides about Two hundred milligrams of bad cholesterol and most low cholesterol renal diets limit cholesterol to three hundred milligrams or fewer each day.
egss in renal diet

Lately, a new study unveils that it's not the egg yolk to raise cholesterol levels for anyone, even those on dialysis; usually, it's an overproduction of ldl cholesterol from the entire body or even a malfunction in transport of cholesterol in the bloodstream towards the liver. In fact, an eating plan full of saturated fat (and trans-fat) is a lot more harmful in terms of artery-clogging than any egg.
You could possibly remember a tv show financed from the Egg Council with an egg in jail and the statement that eggs are actually free to be a part of a a good (renal) diet. There are many myths plus more truths that each and every man or woman, expecially those on renal diet, ought to know about eggs. 

Myths: renal diet vs eggs

  • Eggs are meant to be eaten only at breakfast
    NOT TRUE: other cultures eat eggs at any time of the day. There are a lot of recipes including eggs for any meal.             
  • A lot of eggs brings salmonella
    NOT TRUE: studies showed that, in every 30.000 eggs only one is infected, and still you can destroy salmonella cooking it at at least 170°F for a min.
  • Eggs raise cholesterol levels
    NOT TRUE: Researches revealed that merely a very few individuals have a rise in cholesterol levels consuming eggs.
  • It is safe eating raw eggs when the shell is intact
    NOT TRUE: salmonella could be present in eggs with unbroken shells  

Eggs and renal diet: the truths

  • Egg's fat has a lower impact on cholesterol than other fats.
  • A big egg contains 100mg of phosphorus and 7gr of proteins
  • Eggs have albumin, the best high-quality protein, fundamental in a renal diet
  • Most of the phosphorus is in the yolk
  • Pasteurized eggs are safe to eat not cooked.
  • All the cholesterol is in the yolk
  • Eggs are one of the cheapest source of good protein

Putting eggs in your renal diet

There are a lot of recipes including eggs that could be suitable for a renal diet. Italian pepper and eggs is one of my favorites, not to mention deviled eggs, omelet, egg salad, etc.

italian eggs and pepper