Delicious Kidney Juice Recipe To Help Reverse Your Kidney Disease

Today I wanted to give you a quick home remedy that virtually anyone can do to help aid the healing of your kidneys, and gently cleanse the body.

Juicing is the perfect natural treatment for renal disease, as it is easy, very safe, cost effective, and tastes great! Juicing literally takes the best of the plant, concentrates it, and delivers the benefits in such a manner that the body absorbs virtually all of it. Have you tried eating 2 apples, 3 carrots, a handful of celery, a knob of ginger, and a slice of cucumber all at once? I am sure a lot of it would pass right through you if you did – not to mention I would feel sorry for your poor stomach, as that’s quite a lot! But that’s where juicing is fantastic, it allows us to consume a much larger portion of vegetables (and fruit) than we ordinarily would, thereby giving us the a ‘therapeutic dose’, and without giving us a bloated stomach.

Juicing is not just about providing your body with naturally occurring vitamins and minerals (which is worthwhile benefit just in its self), juicing will also help heal your kidneys, give your entire body a cleanse, and flush out any toxins. You see plants (vegetables and fruit) give us so much more than standard nutrients, they give us phytonutrients.

Phytonutrients in specific plant foods are some of the most powerful biological response modifiers scientists have yet discovered.” (Jeffrey Bland Ph.D.) Phytonutrients can be defined as plant derived nutrients.

Phytonutrients can be defined as: chemical compounds such as isoflavones that occur naturally in plants. Plants produce these substances for various reasons, including, structure, chemical messengers, protection from harmful organisms or insects or even attracting pollinating insects. Once eaten by humans though, these substances take on a new role. Using isoflavones as an example, isoflavones can balance the female hormonal system and protect them from breast cancer.

Anyway, I am getting a little side tracked… Case in point juicing = good.

So what is an great juicing recipe for kidney damage and disease? Well I am glad you asked… here you go!

Kidney Juice Recipe – Watermelon Soother


  • 12 centimetres watermelon
  • 2 tablespoons raspberry
  • 6 strawberries
  • 1 carrot
  • ½ cucumber
  • ½ cup parsley

Method: use a juicer to juice each individual ingredient into a single container. Stir and serve. Drink 2-5 glasses per week. Drink within 24 hours.

Now I must follow this up by saying that this is one piece to the puzzle to healing your kidneys, and should be used in conjunction with other natural treatments. A famous Australian doctor, Dr. Sandra Cabot, mentions in her “Raw Juices Can Save Your Life” book that her grandmother was struck by kidney disease (glomerulo-nephritis), and by using juices alone cured her condition. While I think it is excellent to practice juicing where possible, I think it would be unwise just to do this alone. When combined with nutrition, diet, exercise, and herbal medicine, you have a powerful combination.

Well, I hope you enjoyed my juicing for kidneys recipe. Take care!

P.S. Those with high potassium levels will need to make sure they factor in the high amount of potassium that will be digested by drinking the juices, so make sure the rest of the day you only eat low containing potassium foods.


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About the Author: Hello, my name is Duncan Capicchiano, I am the owner and creator of My professional background is Naturopathy, and I am also an International Author and Researcher that specialises in the treatment and management of kidney disease. My most famous work in kidney disease is The Kidney Disease Solution Program. Lastly - but most importantly - I am the loving "father" of my two dogs Ruby and Pebbles, my horse Cossie, and husband to my beautiful wife, Fiona.

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  1. Mary says:

    Thanks so much for your advice! It’s of great help. I am so glad I have found your website.

  2. Sarah S says:

    Hi, I’m new on here and excited to be a part of the threaded!

  3. claire says:

    thanks for posting, grt advice and giving me hope, pls can we have more juicing receipes….

  4. Laura Rothrock says:

    thank you. Happy to have found your site.

    Getting a new juicer and excited to start juicing. Kidney pain is very exhausting.

  5. Sean Kennedy says:

    Well yeah! Juicing is not only good but EXCELLENT! But I was drinking a recipe of myself too, and it’s beetroot, carrot, tomato, green apple, passion fruit, spanish and orange. This actually is a recipe for healing cancer disease of mine.

  6. Elena says:

    How much potassium does a juice like this have? It is my understanding that these ingredients, aside from the carrots, are low potassium…

  7. Jeremy says:

    The problem with juicing for me is the concern of too much potassium. Too much potassium puts me in the hospital.

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