Sunday, February 12, 2017

4 Easy Tips to Improve Your Kidney Health Right Now

If you care about your renal health, you may know that Kidney function can decrease gradually, without any symptom and unnoticed, until it is too late.
This can happen to everyone, even to people in good state of health.
But with the help of the following vitamins, you will be able to catalyze massive improvements in your kidney health in a short amount of time.


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Where to find these useful vitamins and fatty acids



Vitamin D
it has been proven that vitamin D can improve kidney and hearth function, reduce the risk of bone diseases and muscle conditions.
No wonder that Vitamin D is often considered the kidney Vitamin.
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Vitamin B12
Vitamin B-12 helps the healing process of the tissue, prevents kidney damages done by free radicals and helps preventing anemia, common in kidney patients.
However, the most common B-12 supplement is cyanocobalamin, which poses a risk for kidney patients since forms cyanide as a byproduct.
Other forms present in commerce, like methylcobalamin, are a safer alternative.
Vitamin B12 in the non-toxic methylcobalamin form



Omega-3 Fatty acid
Omega-3 fatty acid has been shown, during several clinical trials, to reduce high blood pressure, one of the leading causes of CKD.
In kidney patients, it has been also shown to reduce proteinuria, triglycerides and inflammation.
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Coenzyme Q10
Coenzyme Q10 reduces high blood pressure - the effect is even more noticeable if combined with omega-3 fatty acid.
Other studies have shown it to decrease hemoglobin A1C levels - another strong risk factor for kidney disease, and to be helpful in treating diabetes. Coenzyme Q10 on Amazon

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Why you should stop drinking milk NOW

It has been proven that drinking milk can put a lot of stress on the kidneys and even lead to kidney disease.

Watch this video to understand why



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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

21 Superfoods For Your Renal Diet


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21 Superfoods For Your Renal Diet
This comprehensive list of superfoods will pack a nutritional punch for the health of your kidneys!

We’ve put together the most extensive list of superfoods you can add to your renal diet.

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.