Recent Study: Kidney Disease Patients on Vegetarian Diet Can Lower Blood, Urine Phosphorus Levels
Kidney disease patients who maintain a vegetarian diet see their phosphorus levels descend dramatically, a recent study showed. The results were scheduled for publication in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN). They suggest that patients with kidney […]
A study that shows what diet can do for kidney failure. I wouldn’t recommend anyone with kidney disease to go on this type of diet but there are diets available that are just as effective. Click here to learn more…
Diabetics’ Kidney Failure May Be Reversed by Low Carb Diet
Mt. Sinai School of Medicine […]
Higher Incidence of Diabetic Kidney Disease in United States
During the last 20 years, diabetic kidney disease has become more prevalent in direct proportion to the increased incidence of diabetes during the same period, says a study published in the June 22-29, 2011 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
The disorder […]
Avoiding Dialysis Through Management of Diet
“How to avoid dialysis” by Dr. Mackenzie Walser, suggests that the need for dialysis in kidney patients can be delayed with carefully controlled dietary treatment.
Among Dr. Walser’s patients were those with Nephrotic Syndrome, Polycystic Kidney Disease, Hypertensive Kidney Disease, and Diseases of the Glomeruli. For those with nephrotic […]
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Pomegranate Juice Reduces Damage to Tissues, Inflammation and Infections, Study Suggests
A new study described in a paper to be presented at the American Society of Nephrology’s […]
Trusted Standard Glucose Test Not Best for Dialysis Patients
June 1, 2011. The most commonly used and trusted glucose monitoring test for diabetics – the hemoglobin HbA1c test — has been shown to be of limited value for dialysis patients, says a new study conducted at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. This study is scheduled […]
What Do Your Kidneys Do?
Two bean-shaped organs on either side of your spine, about midway down your torso – your kidneys are amazingly multi-functional. They clean waste products from the blood, maintain blood pressure at proper levels, prompt the production of red blood cells, and keep the body’s electrolyte levels balanced.
They are closely […]