World Kidney Day: Kidney isn't the first thing on our priority list when it comes to eating healthy. But turns out we can eat our way to better kidney health with these simple foods in ...
Not everyone's kidney gets benefited from what they eat. The study claims that the extent to which dietary compounds affect kidney health, largely depends on an individual's genetics.
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World Kidney Day 2022: World Kidney Day is celebrated annually on March 10. This day is celebrated to bring awareness among all on kidney health.
Kidney not only controls the water balance but also produces highly concentrated urine to get rid of waste using as little water as possible when the body is dehydrated.
Try to avoid eating junk and fatty food regularly as it can damage to your kidneys, a new study has warned.
The findings showed that 11 percent of obese have albuminuria -- elevated levels of the protein albumin in the urine -- which signals that the kidneys are not functioning normally.
Previous studies have found that type 2 diabetes is one of the causes of chronic kidney disease.
For patients suffering from liver ailments, it becomes important to monitor the body's pH level and keep it in balance.