Tips for People with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
what you eat and drink can help slow down chronic kidney disease. Some foods
are better for your kidneys than others.
Choose and prepare foods with less salt and sodium.... more
The best way to prevent a kidney infection is to keep your bladder and urethra free from bacteria.
Drink plenty of liquids
Drinking plenty of liquids, particularly water, will help to wash bacteria from your bladder and urinary tract.... more
It is a process for removing waste and excess water from the blood,for kidney failure patients.Dialysis may be used for those with an acute problems (kidney injuries) and minerals (sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulfate). ... more
Kidney problems can be either acute or chronic.
Acute kidney problems :
Some minor problems occurs like bulging of kidneys,,urinary track infection, other bacterial infection but the kidneys often recover after treatment.... more
Points to Remember for renal patients(anemia):
A person whose blood is low in red blood cells has anemia.
Anemia is common in people with kidney disease.
Healthy kidneys produce a hormone called erythropoietin, or EPO, which stimulates the bone marrow to produce the proper number of red blood cells needed to carry oxygen to vital organs. Diseased kidneys, however, often don’t make enough EPO.... more
Kidney Disease: High- and Low-Potassium Foods
Like sodium, potassium must stay balanced in your body. If your kidneys are not working well, potassium levels in your blood can rise. High potassium levels affect your heart rhythm, so your diet for managing kidney disease may include a potassium limit. Your doctor or registered dietitian will let you know if you need to avoid foods high in potassium, and your RD can explain how to stay within your limit.... more
7 Easy Ways to Lower Creatinine Levels (and Improve Kidney Function) Naturally
Alrighty here they are, what I have put together is some really easy tips you can put into practice straight away to help boost your kidney function, while having a direct impact on your creatinine blood levels.... more