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2/11/09 Dietary Aid Helps Kidney Patients Stay Safe
U.S. News & World Report - Washington,DC,USA
It included 279 end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients with elevated serum (blood) levels of phosphorus (greater than 5.5 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). ...

2/11/09 Erythema » Blog Archive » Alcoholism Treatment Options
By RiverMaya
Alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence sometimes cause death, particularly through liver, pancreatic, or kidney disease, internal bleeding, brain deterioration, alcohol poisoning, and suicide. Heavy alcohol consumption by a pregnant ...

2/11/09 Tea For Two: Hibiscus tea could help blood pressure
By Brian
Just three cups of hibiscus tea a day were shown to reduce the blood pressure of people at risk of heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. Hibiscus Tea. Posted by Brian at 9:28 AM. Labels: Hibiscus Tea, Tea ...

2/11/09 Fluoridation Ineffective & Harmful, studies show
Cherry Hill Courier Post - Cherry Hill,NJ,USA
... the National Kidney Foundation dropped its fluoridation support replacing it with this caution: “Individuals with CKD [Chronic Kidney Disease] should be ...

2/11/09 This Week in JAMA
Journal of American Medical Association (subscription) - Chicago,IL,USA
Patients with renal disease have an impaired ability to excrete phosphorus, so they are advised to limit their intake of foods naturally high in this ...

1/24/09 Impact Magazine » Archive » 7000 Calories For Christmas
By Steph Hartley
Atkins’ carb-slashing regimen enables quick weight loss, but only at the risk of putting it straight back on in six months’ time - along with the increased risk of heart disease, renal failure, and osteoporosis. The low GI diet involves ...

1/24/09 MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: Diet - chronic kidney disease
Renal disease - diet; Kidney disease - diet. Definition Return to top. A low- protein diet is used in people with abnormal kidney function to prevent ...

1/24/09 Food for the heart
Stamford Advocate - Stamford,CT,USA
If you have renal problems, please consult with your doctor before increasing potassium. Serum potassium would have to be closely monitored. ...

1/24/09 Acute nephritis and chronic nephritis the difference? | Kidney ...
By admin
Renal function is not favorable, to give low-protein diet. Once a turn for the better, to the early resumption of protein supply, such as eggs, milk, meat, fish and so on, to ensure growth and development of children's ...

1/16/09 Uremia will be dead right? | Kidney Disease Q&A Blog
(1) diet therapy. Low-protein diet to avoid metabolic nitrogenous waste and toxic accumulation in the body, so that further deterioration of renal function. Low-phosphorus diet, will enable the remnant nephron alleviate intracellular ...

1/11/09 Awareness can keep ‘silent killers’ at bay
Merinews - New Delhi,India
Sedentary jobs, poor diet, smoking and alcohol are all blamed for the dramatic ... type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, nephritis or chronic renal failure, ...

1/9/09 Controlling Type 2 Diabetes Through Diet and Exercise | Got Access ...
“In time,” said Pennesi, “high glucose or sugar levels can literally cut your life short and is the primary cause of new cases of blindness, renal disease, increased risk in heart disease, painful peripheral nerve damage and amputations ...

1/9/09 Should You Take Diet Pills to Lose Weight?
People should make sure they take only the right amount of these drugs because overdose of the pills can cause confusion, shallow breathing, tremors, hallucinations, renal failure, convulsions, and worse, a heart attack. ...

1/9/09 » Protein and amino acids - a primer
The literature most often quoted in association with this claim is based primarily on animal models and patients with co-existing renal disease…the summarized but considered response to this is that there is insufficient “research ...

1/6/09 The Right Diet Can Slow Polycystic Kidney Disease - Associated Content
Following a "renal diet" can slow the progression of polycystic kidney disease ( PKD) and delay the need for dialysis. Learn more about how the protein, ...

1/6/09 What is a Kosher renal diet?
This article discusses selected aspects of Jewish dietary laws and offers suggestions for incorporating Kosher foods into the renal diet.

12/22/08 Another study shows risks of low-salt diets
Thus, the study concluded: "a normal-sodium diet improves outcome, and sodium depletion has detrimental renal and neurohormonal effects with worse clinical outcome in compensated CHF patients."

12/22/08 High protein diet
By kazim(kazim)
While there was initial suspicion that high-protein diets increased the risk for renal failure, studies have shown that kidney problems occur only in people with pre-existing kidney disease. (Still, it should be noted that such problems ...

12/22/08 Nephritis out of the diet misunderstanding
By admin
Chronic nephritis patients with a reasonable diet will help reduce the metabolic wastes in its retention of the body, delaying chronic renal failure and deterioration of the occurrence of progress. As a result of chronic nephritis ...

12/22/08 kidney failure, Symptoms, Chronic acute kidney failure, Treatment
By srinivas
Consuming kidney diet is suggested for the kidney patients with impaired kidney function. dietician and physician should cooperate for making diet paln for the patients with kidney failure. Calculated amount of water, salt, or potassium ...

12/22/08 What is a low potassium diet - for renal failure?
By Anshu Gupta(Anshu Gupta)
Potassium is a mineral. All foods contain some potassium. Some foods contain large amounts of potassium. See below for a list of foods that are high in potassium. Healthy kidneys will get rid of... [[ This is a content summary only. ...

12/22/08 Clinical trial of vitamin B1 helps reverse early kidney disease in ...
By Keith
Always speak with your physician or renal dietitian before using or adding any supplements or herbal products. Multivitamins. In addition to eating a diet that contains appropriate nutrients and levels of protein, a comprehensive ...

12/22/08 Urgent Nationwide Recall of Starcaps Supplement Expanded
US Recall News (press release) - Denver,CO,USA

For the patient who is not undergoing dialysis, protein restriction may reduce the decline of renal function. One guide is to restrict protein intake to 0.6-0.8grams per kilogram of the patient’s ideal body weight. ... Protein is never completely eliminated from the diet. The physician and dietician can determine how much protein the body is able to handle. However, since the amount of protein is limited, when you do eat protein it is important that you ...

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