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If You Want to Protect You Kidneys Don’t do This!

Kidneys are VERY IMPORTANT for our health in general. YES, kidneys are responsible for removing all the harmful toxins out of the body and keeping our organism clean and toxic-free. They are small in size, but they perform an enormously important function in the body. This means that you need to pay close attention to all kidney problems and they should be treated seriously as a great issue. According to the latest statistics, almost 20,000,000 Americans are having some kind of kidney disease or problem.  The best way to treat some kind of kidney problem or a disease is to find the actual cause. And, probably, the most common causes for kidney problems are high blood pressure and diabetes. Also, it may come as a consequence of some genetic disorder. For example, if someone in your family has experienced some problems with immunity or kidneys.

Without Kidneys, Your Body won’t be Able to:

  • Maintain a balanced blood flow
  • Keep the mineral and water level at optimum
  • Use Vitamin D and support your bones
  • Support the production of red blood cells and provide enough oxygen to the cells
  • Eliminate the chemicals, toxins and waste that comes as a result of the digestion process, drugs and physical activity

The first signs of kidney failure include:

  • Fatigue, weakness
  • Difficult, painful urination
  • Foamy urine
  • Pink, dark urine (blood in urine)
  • Increased need to urinate (especially at night)
  • Puffy eyes
  • Increased thirst

Here are some of the factors which may influence your kidney’s function negatively, meaning you should stop doing them right away:

  1. Insufficient Water Intake

If you don’t drink enough water, your kidneys may start malfunctioning. We all know that one of the kidney’s main functions is to flush out metabolic waste from the body and regulate erythrocyte production. So, if you don’t have enough water in your body your blood gets more concentrated and the blood flow to the kidneys gets reduced. This affects the kidneys’ ability to remove toxins from the body, which eventually leads to toxin accumulation in the body. You should drink at least 10-12 glasses of water every day (healthy adults) and this amount will be sufficient for the proper functioning of these vital organs.

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