Keep Your Kidneys Healthy (April 2020) – Dr. Sebi's Cell Food - Dr. Sebi's Cell Food

Keep Your Kidneys Healthy (April 2020) – Dr. Sebi's Cell Food

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Most people never think twice about their kidney's health, until there's an issue with them.

Located mid-back, just below the rib cage, the kidneys are bean-shaped organs that process about 200 quarts of blood every day to remove about two quarts of waste products and extra water, which are then passed in the urine. Other crucial functions include maintaining overall fluid balance, regulating and filtering minerals from the blood, and creating hormones that help produce red blood cells, promote bone health and regulate blood pressure. As you can see, these little organs are crucial components when it comes to maintaining the delicate balance of the body's ecosystem and well-being.

The kidneys are susceptible to various illnesses and diseases so it's important to keep them in check. Common symptoms include fatigue, trouble sleeping and concentrating, dry and itchy skin, changes in the frequency of urination, foamy urine, decreased appetite, water retention, and muscle cramps. But don't worry! Easy changes in lifestyle and diet can make a major difference to your kidneys' well-being. Here are the 5 guidelines you need to follow to keep your kidneys healthy.

5 Ways To Keep Your Kidneys Healthy

1) Eat Clean. We've talked at length about the benefits of a healthy diet, especially the one approved by Dr. Sebi. Eating fresh fruits and veggies on a daily basis can do wonders to maintain your weight in check and keep illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease at bay. A healthy, minimally processed diet is especially important for your kidneys since fast food tends to be loaded with fat and sodium, which are detrimental to kidney health. Follow Dr. Sebi's Nutritional Guide and you won't have to worry about any of that.

2) Stay Active. Staying active has numerous benefits for your body's well-being, and one of them is reducing high blood pressure, which is one factor that contributes to chronic kidney disease. Make sure to move for at least 30 minutes every day. It doesn't have to be strenuous exercise; it can be as easy as taking a walk after meals and stretching 10 minutes before bed. You'll notice you'll also start sleeping better and feeling more rested. Another great way to reduce your high blood pressure is with Dr. Sebi's Bio Ferro, which combines the right ingredients to make the most effective blood nourisher and purifier.

3) Control Your Blood Sugar Levels. About half of people who have diabetes develop kidney damage, so it's important to keep your blood sugar levels stable. Make sure you're strictly following Dr. Sebi's Nutritional Guide, eat at regular intervals, and avoid processed food. Dr. Sebi's "Veggie-ful" Smoothie is great as breakfast or snack since it's loaded with vegetables and won't spike your blood sugar levels.

4) Drink Plenty Of Water. Dr. Sebi's recommended drinking at least a gallon of spring water every day. Drinking enough water will help your kidneys clear sodium, urea, and toxins from the body, significantly lowering your risk of developing chronic kidney disease. People with kidney stones are advised to ingest even more water to lessen the risk of creating a new stone. If you're having trouble guzzling down all that fluid, try infusing it with pieces of fresh fruits and vegetables, like key lime and cucumbers. In this video, you can find different Journal for infused water that will make reaching your goal a lot easier.

5) Do Not Smoke. You already know that smoking is a bad idea. Smoking does harm to every single one of your body's systems, including the kidneys, because it slows the flow of blood, impairing their ability to work properly. Smoking also increases the risk of kidney cancer by about 50 percent. Dr. Sebi's Toxin Flush Smoothie will help you flush out the toxins from your body and reduce smoking cravings - try it today!


Wanna keep my kidney in good condition,

William Roland

Is there a particular diet meant to have healthier kidneys


Do you have any products that aid kidney health ?


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