Austin, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/21/2014 -- Healthy Kidney Publishing is announcing that within their flagship product called, “The All Natural Kidney Health & Kidney Function Restoration Program”, there are over 10 pages of lists which contain natural foods for kidney disease where some of these foods will be covered here.
Why are lists of foods important for anyone with kidney disease? The reason is because anyone afflicted with kidney disease needs to be on a special therapeutic kidney disease diet. The kidneys are responsible for regulating some important nutrients in the body like potassium, protein, phosphorus, vitamin d, l-carnitine just to name some. When there is decreased kidney function these minerals can become out of balance and toxic to the body.
Therefore, following the right kidney disease diet is of the upmost importance. Below are some foods that are in The All Natural Kidney Health & Kidney Function Restoration Program at http://www.healkidneydisease.com
Strawberries: This bright colored fruit has the ability to improve blood sugar levels. They are full of a natural healing property called phytonutrients including ellagitannins, anthocyanins, flavonols, terpenoids, and phenolic acids. These compounds have shown to have anti-inflammatory benefits and are excellent to be included in a diet for anyone with kidney problems.
Blueberries: This fruit contains the highest amount of antioxidants which is a powerful substance that can reverse kidney cell damage. There are animal studies showing blueberries can reverse kidney disease damage. This research makes blueberries one of the top natural foods to have for people suffering from kidney disease.
Raspberries: This food is cultivated all over the world, is also another excellent food for kidney disease. It is low in potassium and in fact all berries are low in potassium which makes this group of foods at the top of the lists. Raspberries also have high amounts of antioxidants, fiber and bioflavonoids.
Rick Milk: This is a kind of grain where the milk is processed from rice. It is mostly made from brown rice and commonly unsweetened. It is low in potassium, low in protein, low in sodium and low in phosphorus. For those reasons this beverage makes the list of kidney friendly foods.
Dried Herbs: Dry herbs make the list because they are low in sodium and from the drying process it makes the herbs lower in potassium. Make sure to read labels. In combination products with many different herbs they often contain salt. Avoid purchasing these products. Salt will raise blood pressure and increase pressure within the kidney damaging the blood vessels.
Refined Carbohydrates: This will sound contradictory to many people. But it’s true, refined carbohydrates are lower in potassium and phosphorus. The problem with these foods is there is often a high amount of sodium. People with kidney disease need to shop around for products low in sodium or make their own. Not typically considered a natural food but worth mentioning to clear up the confusion that often surrounds this topic.
These 6 natural foods and beverages should be included in a kidney disease diet. They are excellent to consume and in, “The All Natural Kidney Health & Kidney Function Restoration Program” there are many lists of foods for kidney health.
Learn more about the program and watch a free video of over 7 tips to better kidney health at http://www.healkidneydisease.com
About Healthy Kidney Publishing
Robert Galarowicz N.D. – Naturopath and Nutritionist who is a kidney disease sufferer himself and is living with a kidney transplant. He knows exactly what kidney failure is and what dialysis feels like. He became a natural health expert after his transplant and has dedicated his life to researching and helping people with kidney problems. He had worked in a nephrology clinic for 10 years and has developed this program and helped thousands of people from around the world.
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