ABSCESS   
ACID/ALKALI   
ACNE   
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AGE SPOTS   
AGING   
ALCOHOLISM   
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ALUMINIUM TOXICITY   
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE   
AMINO ACIDS   
AMOEBA   
ANEMIA   
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ANTHRAX   
ANTI-AGING   
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BLOOD PRESSURE   
BODY ODORS   
BRAIN HEALTH   
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CATARACT   
CELIAC DISEASES   
CHELATION THERAPY   
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KIDNEY DISEASE
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LACTOSE INTOLERANCE   
LARYNGITIS
LAW OF ATTRACTION
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RABIES   
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WHOOPING COUGH   

KIDNEY DISEASE

The kidneys are two of the most important organs in the body, each located on one side of the spine. They are bean-shaped organs which play an essential function in excretion – the process of waste filtration and urine formation. Kidneys have a big impact with regard to the over-all condition of the body. They are responsible for removing water from the blood, balancing the chemicals present in the body, generating red blood cells, releasing hormones, and regulating blood pressure.

Kidneys, being vital to the body, should be taken good care of and must be in its best condition at all times. When your kidneys do not function properly, you will have the tendency to experience difficulties in urinating, suffer from pain, or it can even cause you serious complications. To prevent experiencing such, here are 10 foods that will help your kidneys become healthy:

1.      Asparagus. Asparagus has been widely known for being a medicinal herb way back the early times. One of its famous benefits is its ability to aid in keeping the kidneys function well. It raises the production of urine, soothes the urinary system, increases production of cells, and excretes fluid from the heart. It is also known for facilitating and supporting the functions of kidneys and cleanses them. Its bitter taste is beneficial for stimulating the digestive system as well. Moreover, it is an excellent food against kidney stones and gout since it has the capacity to break the levels of uric acid.

2.      Salmon. Several studies have found out that there are small bioactive protein molecules, also known as bioactive peptides, present in Salmons. These bioactive peptides are responsible for controlling the inflammation in the digestive tract. Also, they provide assistance for insulin effectiveness. Salmons are also a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids which are also useful in the reduction of inflammations in the body, especially those in the arteries and digestive tract. In addition, these Omega-3 fats, along with selenium and vitamin D, help boost the insulin levels; hence, assists in the absorption of bad sugar and lowers the level of sugar in the blood.

3.      Apple Cider. Apple cider, also known as soft cider or sweet cider, is an unsweetened, unfiltered, non-alcoholic beverage made from apple extracts. Apple cider vinegar is an effective beverage for detoxifying several organs of the body. Aside from its capability to detoxify, it is also capable of purifying. It breaks down fatty acids, phlegm deposits, and mucous formation. The health of the vital organs of the body like the kidneys are well-protected by various components of this sweet cider through the prevention of excess alkaline in the urine.

4.      Olive Oil. Olive oil is recognized as a home remedy for several kidney problems due to its vitamins and properties which were extracted from olive fruits. It is a good source of an anti-inflammatory acid known as oleic acid which avoids swelling or irritation. Moreover, the monounsaturated fat present in olive oil is also beneficial since it protects the body against oxidation.

5.      Tomatoes. Tomatoes are a good source of vitamin C since they are citrus fruits. The citrus element of tomatoes makes them part of the acid fruits which are known to be advantageous to people for detoxification. Also, latest studies have proven that, indeed, tomatoes are of big help in keeping the kidneys healthy contrary to previous studies stating that tomatoes bring several bad effects to the kidney.

6.      Melons. Melons are part of the cucumber family. They are a great stimulant for kidneys since they boost the performance of the kidneys and protect it from being easily damaged. Melons contain a high level of water which makes it possible for people to urine frequently; hence, cleansing their body through the elimination of toxins every now and then. Watermelons, another kind of melon, contain a high amount of potassium which is very useful in cleaning the kidneys through washing off internal toxins. Reduction of uric acid levels in the blood is also effected by watermelons.

7.      Cherries. Cherries are small, round fruits which were originally from Europe. They are full of antioxidant compounds and phytochemicals which are essential for the health of the vital organs such as the kidneys and the heart. Cherries are also effective in reducing inflammations in the body. A research conducted in the early 1940s has shown that black cherries are more effective in curing kidney stones.

8.      Berries. Berries contain high levels of water which enables it to be a good food for keeping the kidneys healthy. The high level of water content enables it to be favorable with regard to cleansing and detoxifying. Through frequent urination, the toxins in the body are eliminated and the kidneys are kept clean.

9.      Garlic. A number of studies revealed that, indeed, garlic is a good food for the kidneys and the digestive system. Garlic lowers the levels of cholesterol and, at the same time, reduces inflammation through its anti-inflammatory components. It also has antioxidant properties which are responsible for cleansing and detoxifying. Reducing high blood pressure which can damage the kidneys is also one of the benefits that will be gotten from eating garlic. In addition, garlic aids in protecting the kidneys from damage caused by heavy metals such as cadmium and lead.

10.  Red Bell Peppers. Red bell peppers are low in potassium; hence, they are good for people who are conscious with the health of their kidneys. Aside from adding color to the dish and making it more tasty, red bell peppers are also a good source of fiber, folic acid, and vitamins A, B6, and C. Moreover, they contain Lycopene, an antioxidant which protects the body against several kinds of cancers.

Securing that your kidneys are healthy is a way of keeping your body clean and preventing the possible complications that might come when they are not paid any attention. It is way better to eat these foods earlier and minimize the chances of having kidney diseases than just take necessary actions after you have experienced complications. After all, prevention is better than cure

 

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