How to maintain kidney health

We’ve all heard scary stories about pain caused by kidney stones, bladder or kidney inflammation. In most cases, we don’t deal with the kidneys too much until we come across a problem, which is completely wrong.

Prevention is better than medicine, especially if it is natural, has no side effects and costs almost nothing.

Relieve the kidneys

You can do this by eliminating foods that are full of unhealthy substances from your diet, which gives your kidneys a lot more work than they should.

Drink plenty of fluids

Have you ever wondered why it is so important to drink 8-10 glasses of water a day?

Imagine a tank with small amounts of water. It will probably look, dirty, dusty, with accumulated dirt on the surface that the water could take away if the level was higher.

It is a picture of your blood flow in the kidneys when they do not have enough fluids. If there is not enough fluid in the kidneys to expel toxins into the urinary tract, they are broken down into the bloodstream.

Purifying food

Fruits and vegetables help the kidneys remove acids through urine. Foods rich in antioxidants help prevent the damage caused by free radicals in the body.

Balance provides protein, and the highest quality protein that goes hand in hand with essential amino acids as opposed to egg yolks that contain phosphorus.

Cabbage is full of vitamins K, C, B6, fiber and folic acid and is a very economical food. Include it in your diet for the benefit of your kidneys.

Red peppers are rich in vitamins C, A, B 6, lycopene, folic acid and fiber.

Grapes is a great choice for detoxifying your kidneys as it helps to cleanse the urinary tract of unhealthy acids.

Cranberries they contain essential nutrients and antioxidants. They are very rich in quinine, which releases a substance that helps eliminate toxins. Read more about cranberries HERE.

Magnesium

Under the influence of high blood pressure, toxin overload and magnesium deficiency, the kidneys can be highly compromised. To make sure you get enough magnesium in your body, which is necessary for proper kidney function, eat lots of green vegetables, seeds and whole grains.

Sodium

Sodium is a nutrient that maintains fluid balance in the body, but if we take in too much, we can overload the kidneys with salt, because the kidneys are the filters of our body. It’s the same with protein, don’t overdo it.

Calcium is very important for good and healthy kidney function, and it would be best to take supplements or eat foods rich in calcium.


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