Causes of Kidney Disease

Sleep and healthy kidney function

The Importance of Sleep and Kidney Disease

Sleep. Most of us wish we had more of it. Yet it’s still. So. Elusive. And while yawning and feeling tired all the time can …

The Benefits of Exercise in Chronic Renal Disease

In this day and age, we are so used to reaching for a pill to solve all our health problems that we forget that there …

ALP and chronic renal failure

Blood Test – ALP & its Significance in CKD

ALP is one of those blood tests people don’t pay a huge amount of attention to and often don’t understand what it is measuring. It …

COVID-19 and CKD, renal failure

COVID-19 and Kidney Disease – What Do We Know Now?

We’re now a year and a half into the global pandemic that is COVID-19. A virus that has changed the way we live, work, connect …

Taurine and renal disease

Taurine & its Role in Chronic Renal Disease

What is Taurine? Taurine is a semi-essential, sulfur-containing amino acid, it is called semi-essential as it can be synthesized from other sulfur-containing amino acids such …

Fish oil and Kidney Disease

Fish Oil & Omega 3 & Its Use In Kidney Disease

Omega-3 fatty acids are incredibly important and have numerous documented health benefits, they’re key to the structure of every cell wall you have and help …

Stress and kidney function and CKD

Can Your Emotions Affect Your Kidney Function?

Fear and Stress In Chinese Medicine, it is said that the kidneys are the organ of fear. Meaning that unprocessed fear or fear that is …

What You Need to Know About ANCA Vasculitis

Despite the fact that autoimmune diseases are on the rise worldwide, getting an accurate diagnosis can still be a lengthy and frustrating process. ANCA vasculitis …

hydration and kidney health

Kidney Calm Hydration Technique

Today I wanted to introduce you to a really simple technique designed to help to hydrate your body quickly and easily that also takes some …

Treating Kidney Disease in Our Pets

Every now and then we get an email asking if our protocol and supplements can help our furry four-legged friends. The short answer is yes. …

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