This post explains what to look for when you think there is a problem with your kidneys. Frankly if we had known the symptoms our daughter would not have had to have a transplant. And our paediatrician didn’t pick them up either so you have to be your own advocate. The following is thanks to..
People with end-stage renal disease require dialysis or kidney transplant to survive. The following are things to look out for and in no way takes the place of consulting with a doctor and regular blood work. 1. Decreased Urine Output The primary function of the kidneys is to filter out waste products from the blood..
Foods that Support Your Kidneys (facty.com) 1- Cabbage- Cabbage is low in potassium, sodium and phosphorus, which we learned were bad for your kidneys, but high in fibre and antioxidants that can help heal the kidneys or, at least, help guard them against further damage. 2- Blueberries- A rich source of antioxidants and like cabbage,..
Foods to Avoid for Optimal Kidney Health 6- Dark Sodas- High levels of phosphorus, which can be harmful. While phosphorus is needed to help build healthy bones, those with kidney disease won’t be able to process phosphorus. This leads to phosphorus build up in the blood, which in turn weakens bones and causes joint pain…
Foods to Avoid for Optimal Kidney Health-Part II (health prep.com) 1- Avocadoes- They are very healthy, full of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals a very healthy source of fats. Unfortunately they are very rich in potassium, which can be difficult for the kidneys to process. So say no to guacamole once and awhile or foods high..
Welcome to those of you who are visiting my website. This is my first posting so I’m going to let you know that I will be posting information pertaining to kidney disease and everything to look for so that you won’t be blindsided like my family was. Our book tells you our storey and how..