Get your urinalysis and blood work done regularly to monitor your own kidney function

If you haven’t already, I encourage you to check out my free E-book, in which I teach you what lab markers are important to look at, and I also provide a table for you to track them. Be proactive with any abnormal numbers by going to your doctor and asking questions. The quicker you start, the better chance you have of preserving kidney function.

An herb for kidney function

Milk thistle is an herb you have probably heard of before in liver support supplements. It has been shown to reduce blood glucose, HbA1C, serum creatinine, and uric acid. It is also an antioxidant, which is helpful because antioxidants help prevent kidney damage.

What will most likely occur in the future is the creation of new kidneys. This does not mean that we should embrace a culture where misusing our bodies is okay just because modern technology can create new organs. 1) From an environmental perspective, modern medical intervention can be very wasteful. 2) Neglect of the basics of health may provoke the body to just create a new problem for science to spend another 200 years trying to solve. New problems can be stunted by us having good balance between taking care of ourselves, using the genius tools that nature already provides, and incorporating technology appropriately.

Consume antioxidants in your diet

Antioxidants not only help prevent kidney damage, but they aid in reducing inflammation as well. Antioxidants are plentiful in fresh fruits and vegetables. They can also be found in hibiscus tea. Hibiscus assists in reducing blood pressure.

If you are seeking help with kidney function, or have a condition that places you at higher risk for kidney damage, schedule an appointment by:

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