kidney disease

  1. Kidney disease can be reversed – and here’s how!

    The DEADLY disease the mainstream’s NOT telling you about

    There’s a killer condition the mainstream DOESN’T want to talk about.

    If they did, they could do some real good...

    Because most people don’t realize they have this condition, and it’s:

    • Secretly affecting 30 million Americans
    • Slowly but surely becoming one of the leading causes of death in the U.S.

    But no -- they’re keeping quiet...

    For good reason.

    Because in a very real way, the mainstream is CAUSING this deadly epidemic themselves – and they know it!

    In a moment, I’ll show you the TOP THREE WAYS to avoid falling victim.

    First, I’ve got a new study that EVERY older American needs to see and share.

    Shedding light on this “secret” killer

    We’ve made progress against nearly every leading killer disease, from cancer to heart failure.

    But not kidney disease.

    Now, new numbers expose its HIDDEN TOLL...

    The rate of chronic kidney disease is jumping faster than ANY OTHER non-infectious disease, including cancer and heart disease.

    Over the past 15 years, deaths from the condition have skyrocketed by 58 percent.

    A big reason for the rising death toll is because 96 percent of people in the earliest stages of the disease don’t know it...

    Even more shocking is that close to HALF of all cases in the ADVANCED stages are undiagnosed!

    Clearly, by the time it’s found, it’s often too late.

    But you can take steps today to STOP THIS DISEASE COLD -- even if it’s forming your body right now.

    You see, three of the biggest triggers are within your control:

    Toxins: Your kidneys are your filters – and if they get overworked, they’ll get gummed up and fall apart.

    One of the biggest stresses on your kidneys could be in the very air you breathe...

    A 2017 study found 45,000 kidney disease cases are caused by air pollution every year.

    Call it a good reason to invest in a quality air purifier with a HEPA filter for your home!

    PPIs: A study last year found the wildly popular drugs prescribed for acid reflux can increase your risk of chronic kidney disease or kidney failure by a THIRD.

    Many cases of reflux are caused by undiagnosed food sensitivities; get tested so you can figure out your triggers and learn to avoid them… and you won’t need the drugs (or the risks).

    Statins: These cholesterol meds can be murderous for your kidneys, increasing the odds of chronic kidney disease by 36 percent and kidney failure by about 30 percent.

    Even short-term statin use will boost the risk of acute kidney injury!

    The easy solution here is to avoid the drugs; you don’t need them.

    And even if you do have to cut LDL – which many people DON’T, by the way – lifestyle changes and natural therapies such as red yeast rice are far better options.

  2. Kidney disease linked to pollution

    How to stop poisoning your kidneys

    The sky might LOOK blue... and the air might SMELL clean.

    But don't step outside and inhale a lungful of that crisp autumn air just yet -- because it might not be as fresh as you think.

    It could be full of hidden pollutants, and an urgent new report reveals a direct link between the quality of your air and your risk of kidney disease.

    That's one of the nation's top 10 leading killers, hitting men and women alike and responsible for more deaths than breast and prostate cancers combined.

    While it's often linked to high blood pressure and diabetes, doctors have noticed that an alarming number of patients with neither condition have been developing the disease in recent years.

    Now, the new study of nearly 2.5 million American veterans shows one of the reasons for it: Folks who live in areas with higher-than-normal levels of particulate matter in the air have a much higher risk of developing both kidney disease and kidney failure.

    The risk is so high that the study finds roughly 45,000 new cases of kidney disease and 2,400 cases of kidney failure are caused by pollution alone every year.

    Obviously, the biggest risks are in areas with factories, coal mines, and other heavy industries.

    But don't breathe easy if you're not near one of those places.

    The new report finds these kidney-damaging levels of pollution are found all around the country -- especially in the South, Midwest, Northeast, and even right here in Southern California.

    That puts much of the nation's population right into the danger zone -- and, along with increasing the risk of kidney disease, the toxins from pollution can increase your odds of other chronic health problems.

    Obviously, you can't stop breathing. And I'm sure you don't want to live in a bubble or move (even if moving is pretty tempting sometimes).

    Fortunately, there are some simple actions you can take to cut your exposure and minimize your risk.

    First, know your air. The EPA and other online resources can tell you about the particulate matter levels in your area and even the types of pollutants you might have.

    Second, if you live in an area with moderate to heavy pollution, use caution going outside, especially on days when the air quality is low. You may even want to consider wearing an anti-pollution mask on those days.

    And third, invest in an air purifier for your home -- ideally one with a HEPA filter -- and be sure to wash or replace it regularly.

  3. Fruit can control kidney disease

    Kidney disease control is possible – and you can stop or even reverse this condition yourself if you make one simple addition to your diet.
  4. Beat kidney disease with fresh produce

    Kidney disease usually means tough-to-control blood pressure – but there’s a way to bring it down without drugs, and all you need to do is eat more fruit and veggies.
  5. Kidney disease linked to red meat

    Kidney disease is one of the nations Top 10 killers – but there’s one simple way to slash your risk, and I’ve got everything you need to know right here.
  6. Kidney damage symptoms strike 1 in 10 Americans

    There's been a massive rise in the number of kidney disease patients -- and common processed foods and sugary drinks are to blame.
  7. Acetaminophen and alcohol can damage kidneys

    The painkiller acetaminophen when taken with booze can damage the kidneys and double your risk of kidney disease, according to the latest research.
  8. Walking and jogging prevents metabolic syndrome

    You can get healthier without even breaking a sweat -- and all you have to do is walk a little faster.
  9. Sitting down can increase diabetes and heart risk

    People who sit the most have double the risk of diabetes and heart disease -- and that's true even in people who exercise each day.
  10. Hamburger, kidney disease and fries

    A new study has found that these foods are often loaded with phosphorous, which can be deadly if you have advanced kidney disease.

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