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15 Common Habits That Can Damage Your Kidneys

15 Things You're Doing that Are Killing Your Kidneys (MANY People DO Them)

Scientific studies suggest that these 15 common habits can cause kidney damage.

Potassium good in moderation broccoli is also on the high list. Certain medications require a low potassium diet- this chart is helpful as am increase and decrease cheat sheet!

Potassium, Vital for Cell Development

In our fast food and convenient instant food world today, millions are suffering the consequences of the commercialized, processed foods that by their denaturing are potassium deficient. In result, skin and muscle tone become bad, the flesh does not cling firmly to the body's bony framework, lines and wrinkles fill the face and skin. One common ailment visible in many today is the prolapsing eyelids, that is, flabby excess skin starts to hang over the eye and making thousands turn to eyelid…

The article tends to define at an early stage what it’s like to have an acidic body and explains the correct diet to adopt to bounce back to normal life.

Always Feel Tired? It's Probably Because Your Body Is Too Acidic

Do you constantly feel tired and worn down? Do you find you need stimulants like coffee to get you through the morning or even generally throughout the day?

Mathea Ford What Foods Should You Eat With Kidney Disease? Putting together a healthy meal plan for kidney disease can be a little challenging at first, especially if you do not know what foods you can eat. So often, people tend to focus so much on what they cannot eat that they become stressed to the point where they do not realize how much there is still to eat and enjoy. The key is to focus on the main ingredients that you should avoid, while

What Foods Should You Eat With Kidney Disease | Renal Diet Menu Headquarters

Mathea Ford What Foods Should You Eat With Kidney Disease? Putting together a healthy meal plan for kidney disease can be a little challenging at first, especially if you do not know what foods you can eat. So often, people tend to focus so much on what they cannot eat that they become stressed to the point where they do not realize how much there is still to eat and enjoy. The key is to focus on the main ingredients that you should avoid, while

Renal Diabetic Diet Grocery List

Renal Diabetic Diet Grocery List | Livestrong.com

Even foods that are healthy for most people are foods to avoid with kidney disease and diabetes. Making a grocery list of allowed foods makes it easier to plan.

The Silent Killer – High Blood Pressure – High Blood Pressure Home Remedies

High Blood Pressure Home Remedies - The All Natural Way.Blood Pressure Home Remedies - How to Cure Hypertension Naturally

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Diabetes Education

Click to see full size Throughout the month of March, the Joslin Blog is highlighting stories about your kidneys and diabetes. Be sure to check in each week for

Kidney Disease Stages Explained - Infographic www.facebook.com/akidneyforphillip

Best Colon Cleanse

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7 Kidney-Friendly Superfoods | The National Kidney Foundation

7 Kidney-Friendly Superfoods

Most natural foods provide nutritional benefits, but some are considered superfoods. While there is no scientific definition of the term “superfood,” most consider it to be a food that has an unusually high amount of antioxidants, vitamins or other nutrients. Here are 7 kidney-friendly* superfoods that pack a nutritional punch for overall health: Apples: Apples are a good source of pectin, a soluble fiber that can lower cholesterol and glucose levels. And don’t forget the peel! It is a…

Kidney Diet Tip: Phosphate-free Kool-Aid®

Diet & Nutrition | DaVita Kidney Care

Learn more about the diet and nutrition information available from DaVita Kidney Care.

What Are Normal Creatinine Levels For An Adult Women

Creatinine levels are something that people can commonly see on the medical report when they go and diagnose kidney disease. To know some basic knowledge about

Sodas And Drinks That Chronic Kidney Disease and Diabetic Patients Can Enjoy Or Should Avoid

Sodas And Drinks That Chronic Kidney Disease and Diabetic Patients Can Enjoy Or Should Avoid — KidneyBuzz

As a Chronic Kidney Disease patient or one with Diabetes you know that what you intake is critically important to your health outcomes. For that reason there are several charts and lists which you can refer to in order to have a clear idea of what to consume and what is not as healthy for you, right

CKD-Cyclical Ketogenic Diet on 3Chicks message forum. I like the poster's style. She outlines why she does CKD and what she eats, doesn't eat, and how to fake the stuff she wants to eat. Practical and helpful advice

CKD - Cyclical Ketogenic Diet

Other Reduced Carb Diets - CKD - Cyclical Ketogenic Diet - Hey all! A month ago I started CKD. I was wondering if anyone else here is doing it or has

Potassium and Your CKD Diet - The National Kidney Foundation

Potassium and Your CKD Diet

What is potassium and why is it important to you? Potassium is a mineral found in many of the foods you eat. It plays a role in keeping your heartbeat regular and your muscles working right. It is the job of healthy kidneys to keep the right amount of potassium in your body. However, when your kidneys are not healthy, you often need to limit certain foods that can increase the potassium in your blood to a dangerous level. You may feel some weakness, numbness and tingling if your potassium is…