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November 18, 2019

how to cleanse your kidneys almost
instantly using this natural home drink every day the two kidneys filter about
120 to 150 quarts of blood in order to eliminate the waste products from your
body through your urine unfortunately the unhealthy lifestyle
can lead to accumulation of these toxins disrupting the function of the kidneys
so in order to maintain the proper function of your kidneys thus prevent
kidney disease kidney stones and accumulation of toxins in your body you
should stay hydrated and detox your kidneys every once in a while
how can parsley help your kidneys parsley has a rich content of vitamin A
C K iron and folate essential for the proper health of the kidneys moreover
parsley is also antimicrobial and the anaemic anticoagulant in erotic diuretic
anti hyperlipidemia lowers blood fat hypoglycemic anti hepatic toxic prevents
liver toxicity estrogen II C helps manage menstruation antihypertensive
lowers blood pressure anti oxidative hypouricemia for many years parsley is
used in the traditional medicine for treating kidney stones parsley can
increase urine production and flow thus cleansing your kidneys in addition it
has the ability to prevent the absorption of salt into kidney tissue
preventing the formation of kidney stones this tea is significantly
effective for calming the nerves and reducing anxiety how to make parsley tea
to cleanse your kidneys needed ingredients 1 bunch of fresh organic
parsley leaves 8 cups of filtered water 2 tablespoons of raw organic honey the
juice of half a lemon freshly squeezed directions wash and chop the leaves into
large pieces pour water at medium heat and when it boils you should add the
leaves and lower heat let it simmer for 10 minutes then make sure to strain and
let it cool you can add lemon and honey to taste it is recommended to drink 1 to
2 cups on a daily basis you can store the tea and glass containers in the
fridge for up to weak note if you suffer from kidney
disease or other illnesses or you are taking prescription medications make
sure to consult your doctor before drinking parsley tea pregnant women are
also recommended not to take this tea because it can induce menstruation and
abortion chronic kidney disease patients can live longer with healthy diet
chronic kidney disease patients can live longer with a healthy diet the
researchers analyzed seven studies that included over 15,000 chronic kidney
disease CKD patients the researchers wanted to evaluate the impact of a
healthy diet fruits vegetables fish legumes whole grains on CKD if any in
six of the studies a healthy diet was associated with twenty to thirty percent
lower rate of early death but the study did not directly prove that a healthy
diet would extend life study lead dr. Giovanni strictly explained chronic
kidney disease now affects about 10% to 13% of the adult population and
substantially increases risks of cardiovascular complications and early
death in the absence of randomized trials in large individual cohort
studies this study is the best available evidence to drive clinical decision
making by patients and doctors on whole Dietary Approaches in chronic kidney
disease CKD patients are advised to restrict certain nutrients from their
diet as those have been associated with a greater harm to the kidneys on the
other hand some researchers suggest that those restrictions do little to reduce a
patient’s risk of death chronic kidney disease diet some people with kidney
disease have trouble processing proteins and may need substitutes when a low
protein diet is suggested by a healthcare professional you will need to
replace those calories from proteins with calories from fruits bread grains
and vegetables there are even cases where you can consume high-calorie
desserts as long as you limit items that are made with dairy chocolate nuts or
bananas let’s look at some important recommendations and diet restrictions
for chronic kidney disease fat’s use mine unsaturated and
polyunsaturated fats such as olive oil canola oil and safflower oil protein
just prior to starting dialysis a low protein diet may be helpful once you’ve
started dialysis you will likely need to eat more protein to replace muscle and
tissue that you lose about eight to ten ounces of high protein foods per day is
recommended calcium and phosphorus limiting some dairy foods may be
suggested since they can contain large amounts of phosphorus colas and soft
drinks also have a lot of phosphorus calcium supplements may be a good idea
to help prevent bone problems sodium do not add salt to any food read food
labels to find hidden salt and avoid foods that contain a lot of salt sodium
or msg be careful with salt substitutes as many have high amounts of potassium
potassium it is best to choose low potassium fruits such as apples pears
plums and blueberries vegetables such as beans sprouts cabbage green beans and
lettuce are also low in potassium fluids as kidney disease gets worse you may
have to limit fluid intake so keep track of how much you drink and find ways to
reduce fluids if you need to remember soups gelatin desserts and ice cream are
all considered fluids use common sense when making food choices for example you
shouldn’t skip meals if there are times when you just don’t feel hungry at least
try to eat four or five small meals instead of one or two big ones there may
be some people with kidney problems who have difficulty keeping their weight up
these individuals need to talk to their doctors and dietitians about the best
ways to add calories to their diet anyone with chronic kidney disease
should also talk to a physician before drinking alcohol how to protect your
kidneys from damaged kidneys an important organ used to detoxify the
blood remove success water and filters out the waste through urine they are
located at the back of upper abdominal cavity just below the ribcage on each
side of the spine they regulate the minerals levels and
produce certain hormones essential for body functions hence it’s important to
keep your kidneys healthy to function properly some symptoms like dizziness
change in color and quantity of urine anemia tiredness or fatigue vomiting
breathing issues eg skin sudden pain in the body etc and lighting to keep that
you’re suffering from kidney problems don’t panic we can maintain healthy
kidneys by including certain habits to our lifestyle but if you’re suffering
from any of the above symptoms from past few days or getting any pain on the
place where kidneys located then consult your doctor for proper diagnosis and
treatment as per your health issue the habits which mentioned here will help to
enhance your kidneys health and prevents it’s further damage let’s have a look at
what are the common habits that damage the kidneys on how to get rid of it one
empty the bladder timely we all have a habit of delaying the urge to urinate
while we are doing some work or in some place where you’re unable to urinate but
maintaining this full bladder for a long time will could cause damage to your
kidneys the urine that remains for a long time in the bladder will enhance
the growth of harmful bacteria which can cause kidney infections or urinary tract
infection also a full bladder will increase the pressure on the kidneys
which in turn results in renal failure so respond to the call of nature and
stay healthy to intake of sufficient water drinking plenty of water will help
the kidneys to flush out the toxins easily from the body or else they damage
your kidneys staying hydrated will increase the blood flow to the kidneys
and thereby it eliminates toxins from the body so drink at least ten to twelve
glasses of fluid daily to maintain healthy kidneys and hydrated body but
remember that drinking too much of water will put a slight load on kidneys
function 3 limit your protein diet we all are aware the proteins are good and
essential for your health but excessive intake of protein based foods like red
meat will raise the risk of getting kidney problems kidneys metabolize the
diet and expel nitrogenous the byproduct from protein foods but high-protein diet
will raise the metabolic load and thereby increase glomer
pressure and hyperfiltration which in turn causes kidney problems so limit
your protein intake for the overall health of the body including kidneys for
reduce salt consumption whenever you consume salt in high quantities then the
kidneys need to work more to excrete the excess salt and thereby less working on
its functionality this might cause water retention in the body and increases
blood pressure and thus risk of getting kidney disease so consume salt for not
more than five grams a day about one teaspoon to prevent damage to your
kidneys and other health problems 5 quit smoking smoking is injurious to health
we all know this thing smoking damages each and every organ of the body
including kidneys it increases blood pressure and heart rate which in turn
reduces the blood flow and narrows the blood vessels in the kidneys so quit
smoking and the use of tobacco products will disrupt the kidney functioning and
increase the risk of getting kidney diseases take some suggestions from your
family doctors or professionals to eliminate this habit and stay healthy 6
reduce the use of analgesics most of us are having the habit of taking
over-the-counter pain relievers analgesics to get rid of pain
inflammation and fever but you know that they damage different organs including
kidneys in your body it is proved in research that analgesics reduce your
blood flow to the kidneys and disturb the functioning of your kidneys so avoid
taking painkillers without consulting your doctor inhibit if it’s necessary or
else the long-term use that will cause acute renal failure or chronic kidney
problems 7 avoid excessive alcohol intake drinking alcohol will not damage
your liver but also cause certain damage to the kidneys why because this toxic
substance puts a lot of stress on these organs excessive intake of alcohol will
cause uric acid deposits in renal tubules which lead the tubular
obstruction and kidney failure alcohol causes dehydration which is another
defect that disrupts the kidneys functionality if you don’t have this
habit then it’s good for health but if you have then drink it in
moderation eight get enough of sleep a sound sleep of about seven to eight
hours daily is essential for overall health but due to our busy lifestyles we
are not getting that enough sleep do you know that renewal of organ tissues
occurs at night while you sleep if you don’t get enough sleep then there will
be an interruption in the renewal process which in turn damages not only
kidneys but all other organs studies have suggested that sleepless nights
raise the blood pressure levels and clog the arteries so had some healthy
sleeping habits and also maintained a good balance between rest and work for a
healthy life nine cut down your caffeine content intake of too much caffeine
content will cause high blood pressure which in turn puts pressure on your
kidneys regular over-usage of caffeine will damage your kidneys and a little to
your heart caffeine increases the calcium excretion in urine and also
cause kidney stone problem so drink two cups of coffee and three cups of tea per
day it’s recommended to limit your intake of other caffeine sources such as
energy drinks cocoa chocolate soft drinks certain medications made from
caffeine extract etc to get rid of kidney problems 10 don’t ignore common
infections ignoring certain infections like flu cough tonsillitis cold
pharyngitis etc might be some symptoms of kidney damage people suffering from
kidney disease become more sensitive to weather changes and gets thick too often
hence avoid ignoring the infections caused due to bacteria or virus as it
damages your kidneys if not treated on time so when you’re suffering from these
common infections get treatment properly and quickly by consulting your doctor
rest your body till you feel better consider these things as a part of your
lifestyle habits to maintain healthy kidneys and thereby healthy body you


  • Reply hridya Kumari ML October 31, 2017 at 2:57 pm


  • Reply Khalid Shaikh November 21, 2017 at 12:16 pm

    V Informative clips for renal health

  • Reply Lifestyle Nutrition December 10, 2017 at 11:38 am

    Great tips. Thanks for sharing.

  • Reply Ellis Russell January 19, 2018 at 9:47 am

    Can it be used in yhour smoothies?

  • Reply Rick Morder February 10, 2018 at 2:39 pm

    i actually really like this

  • Reply Mark Barter February 10, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    Top stuff, keep it up

  • Reply Denis Dogie February 10, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    loved it.

  • Reply Iris Watterson February 10, 2018 at 2:41 pm


  • Reply Christi Nobeli February 10, 2018 at 2:41 pm

    You are a gifted

  • Reply Grace Lerch February 13, 2018 at 7:32 am

    Great recommendations! Thank You!

  • Reply Sumant Agasti July 3, 2018 at 6:08 am

    Can I use dry parsley powder

  • Reply John Smythe August 6, 2018 at 5:24 pm

    I like the idea of parsley tea, but recommending canola oil (rapeseed oil) and safflower oil?? Are you nuts?? Canola is a marketing term from the acronym (Canadian oil low acid) rather than try to market Rapeseed oil which is totally GMO. Do your research kids.

  • Reply Zanysadler August 8, 2018 at 11:54 pm

    This is too long. Needs to be broken down into different categories. After the first three mins the voice will get to you.

  • Reply Evelyn Orfiano September 2, 2018 at 1:03 am

    What about coriander instead coz if no parsley

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