Clinical Studies

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 Nettle Leaf in Renal Disease

We frequently get asked about the safety of certain herbal medicines as people have heard from their doctor or read on various websites that herbs …

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 …

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 …

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. …

Antibiotics… Are They Safe if You Have Chronic Kidney Disease?

Many drugs have the ability to damage the kidneys and some are better known for doing this than others. Certain antibiotics fall into this category …

Magnesium and kidney disease, cardiovascular disease

Magnesium and Chronic Kidney Disease… What You Need to Know

Walk into your local supplement store, and you’re bound to find at least one shelf lined with a variety of magnesium supplements. Magnesium is popular …

Potassium and CKD

The low down on Potassium – do you really need to avoid it if you have CKD?

Today I want to talk about one of my pet peeves when it comes to dietary advice for people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and …

intermittent fasting for Polycystic Kidney Disease

Can Fasting Cure Polycystic Kidney Disease?

New research is emerging about some potential new therapies for managing or even reversing polycystic kidney disease that are safe and easy to implement. Interested? …

Cholesterol and Kidney disease

Cholesterol & Why Size Matters!

Cholesterol has a bad reputation due to it mostly being known for its role in heart disease, but cholesterol is actually vital to our health …

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