Posted by Health Hispanica on 2/18/2014 to Health & Wellness
Imagine human bodies without an organ that can help eliminate waste products and excess fluid from the body. How would we look? How would we survive? Fortunately, we do have an organ that has this function: Our kidneys.
We have two kidneys located one on each side of the spine. They both contain nephrons which have filtering units of tiny blood vessels called a glomerulus attached to a tubule. In the tubule, chemicals and water are either added or removed from this filter fluid and this we call urine.
According to the National Kidney Foundation, when there is a kidney abnormality, such as protein in the urine and having decreased kidney function for three months or longer, this leads to chronic kidney disease. Also, a few diseases may put you at risk such as diabetes, high blood pressure, glomerulonephritis, urinary tract infection, and kidney stones.
Furthermore PubMed.org states that the incidence of end-stage renal disease (ESRD) in Hispanics is higher than non-Hispanic Whites and Hispanics with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are at increased risk for kidney failure.
To aid with chronic kidney disease, Natura-Genics® has formulated a few product for kidney health. Opti-Renal™ contains kidney extract and quality extracts of uva ursi, juniper berries and parsley root which help with kidney disorders. For best results, combine with Formula CBR™ which contains the active ingredient Chanca Piedra (Stone Breaker) imported from Peru known for its effective and beneficial properties against numerous disorders directly related to the urinary system. Also, because chronic kidney disease is an inflammation, Inflammex™ can promote anti-inflammatory activity due to an excellent blend of tumeric, boswellia, and other quality herbal extracts.
In order to achieve optimum health you have to eat healthy (living foods), exercise regularly, drink plenty of water, rest, as well as take the recommended supplements.
Work Cited http://www.kidney.org/kidneydisease/howkidneyswrk.cfm http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20073150