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9 Ways to Improve Kidney Disease and Maintain Kidney Health

improve your kidney diseaseThis article is by Robert Galarowicz N.D., founder of Healthy Kidney Publishing. The article is a synopsis with additional information from a press release presented on kidney disease by the Gunanacaste government for their sugarcane farm workers.


In the past year, many reports and articles have appeared investigating kidney disease, kidney failure and the link to sugarcane field workers who live in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica. It is well documented that not only the sugar cane workers but residents are at high risk for developing chronic kidney disease problems.

According to the Costa Rican government, the number of people with chronic kidney disease in the province has tripled, usually affecting men under 50 years old who work in the agriculture services.

The occurrence of kidney failure and kidney disease has been attributed to many different factors. Researchers and government officials believe it is most likely a combination of the following situations: limited employee breaks, the toxic effects of pesticides and agrochemicals, minimal hydration meaning all suffer from dehydration, excessive hard work and heat out in the fields, and the ingestion of high amounts of processed food, additives and simple sugars as high fructose corn syrup.

The recommendations given in the press release can not only help these farmers, but also help anyone with kidney disease. They were originally meant for the people of Cost Rica, but can be applied to any person suffering from kidney disease whether it is acute or chronic kidney disease.

Below are 9 excellent tips on how to improve kidney disease and maintain good kidney health:

#1 Way to Improve Kidney Disease

Make it a priority to avoid processed food, additives, chemicals and excess amounts of pesticides in foods and beverages.

avoid processed foods

#2 Way to Maintain Kidney Health

Eat foods that protect your kidneys such as cabbage,  lemons, apples, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, salmon, onion, cauliflower, refined grains for low potassium and phosphorus levels, blueberries and strawberries. Many of these foods are filled with antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, good sources of  anti-inflammatory properties, which all help support kidney function.

eat lemons

#3 Way to Improve Kidney Disease

Hydrate by drinking clean water instead of sugary, sweet or artificially flavored drinks to help reduce kidney inflammation and lower stress levels on the kidneys.

drink clean water

#4 Way to Improve Kidney Disease

Be aware that this class of medication known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) shrinks blood vessels in the kidneys.


#5 Way to Improve Kidney Disease

Be informed and ask the pharmacist about any side effects of over the counter or prescription medications may have on your kidneys, any time you take a new medication. Certain antibiotics medications may be more difficult for your kidneys to process.

over the counter medication

#6 Way to Improve Kidney Disease

Maintain blood pressure in the target range. If you have high blood pressure, treating your blood pressure will help protect your kidneys.

treating blood pressure

#7 Way to Improve Kidney Disease

If you have a blood sugar imbalance, monitor your levels since high blood sugar can increase the risk of kidney failure.

blood sugar imbalance

#8 Way to Improve Kidney Disease

Exercise to help detoxify the kidneys and support overall health.

exercise to fight kidney disease

#9 Way to Maintain Kidney Health

To help minimize kidney damage avoid caffeine as it can exacerbate negative effects to the kidneys, especially in polycystic kidney disease.

avoid caffeine

There are so many things you can do to reverse your kidney disease with easy and effective methods. Diet , kidney disease foods, supplements are just some of the options available to you. Learn more about how to treat kidney disease and reverse stages visit healkidneydisease.com

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