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Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: rawne ()
Date: July 29, 2019 11:00PM

Anyone here cure themselves of advanced kidney disease?

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: July 30, 2019 02:47AM

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rawne
Anyone here cure themselves of advanced kidney disease?

I haven't but activated charcoal, Cordyceps sinensis & militaris, plant-based protein (+ low overall protein intake), curcumin and the Chinese medicine herb Rehmannia are great for improving kidney health.

[www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
"Numerous studies indicate that diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, cereals, whole grains, fibers and polyunsaturated fatty acids but low in saturated fatty acids is beneficial for CKD patients. Also, a very-low protein diet supplemented with amino acids and ketoacids (s-VLPD) was found to be safe and advantageous for patients with chronic kidney disease, especially at stages 4–5, due to the fact that it corrects proteinuria, blood pressure and hemoglobin and therefore it may prolong not only the dialysis-free period but also the survival."

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: rawne ()
Date: July 30, 2019 10:34AM

Thanks for your response. I will pass it along to my companion, a mature male longtime frugivore until a year or so ago when he fell off the wagon, so to speak. He developed ckd and is now at stage 5 after years of neglected bph. So you guys out there reading this, take heed! He did finally have the TURP procedure and after eight months of dialysis, he quit all medical treatment including drugs but is not really doing his part to help his body to heal. He does use activated charcoal and moringa seed and is doing Robert Morse's herbals but he is still not eating as he should and shuns greens (personal taste preference).

Medical science maintains that nephron cells cannot regenerate and therefore renal disease is irreversible.

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: July 30, 2019 02:39PM

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rawne
Thanks for your response. I will pass it along to my companion, a mature male longtime frugivore until a year or so ago when he fell off the wagon, so to speak. He developed ckd and is now at stage 5 after years of neglected bph. So you guys out there reading this, take heed! He did finally have the TURP procedure and after eight months of dialysis, he quit all medical treatment including drugs but is not really doing his part to help his body to heal. He does use activated charcoal and moringa seed and is doing Robert Morse's herbals but he is still not eating as he should and shuns greens (personal taste preference).

Medical science maintains that nephron cells cannot regenerate and therefore renal disease is irreversible.

Did he eat a lot of starfruit?

www.phytopanacea.com

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: rawne ()
Date: July 30, 2019 03:15PM

No, rarely, why do you ask? Is it because starfruit purportedly contains compounds contraindicated for those with ckd? He was and is partial to mangoes but not to the exclusion of other fruit.

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: July 30, 2019 06:10PM

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rawne
No, rarely, why do you ask? Is it because starfruit purportedly contains compounds contraindicated for those with ckd? He was and is partial to mangoes but not to the exclusion of other fruit.

Yes, it can cause kidney damage even in people without kidney disease, and because you mentioned he was a long-time frugivore.

www.phytopanacea.com

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: July 30, 2019 06:14PM

Your friend may benefit from this product as well: [www.globalhealingcenter.com]

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: rawne ()
Date: July 30, 2019 06:24PM

Do you benefit financially from the sale of Renaltrex? Just trying to ascertain your objectivity.

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: July 30, 2019 09:26PM

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rawne
Do you benefit financially from the sale of Renaltrex? Just trying to ascertain your objectivity.

No, not at all.

The product has great reviews and my cousin painlessly passed a kidney stone when using this formula.

www.phytopanacea.com

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: Tai ()
Date: July 31, 2019 08:10AM

Rawne,
In Chinese medicine, we have to differentiate the symptoms to determine if there is more kidney yin or yang deficiency, or perhaps "damp heat" or "yin deficient fire", because the kidney herbal formulas will vary. I could try to give insight if he wants to divulge all his symptoms. Or just work with a health practitioner one on one locally. There is no one single perfect kidney formula. In Chinese medicine, we have tonics and cleansers. Be more specific when you say he fell off the wagon.
Parsley is an excellent green herbs for the kidneys: eat it raw and also make a steeped tea (like a whole bunch a day in in a pint of water)

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: August 01, 2019 01:19PM

All kinds of foods contain high amounts of oxalates starfruit is not the only food that would have an impact

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: jtprindl ()
Date: August 01, 2019 02:43PM

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fresh
All kinds of foods contain high amounts of oxalates starfruit is not the only food that would have an impact

It's not only due to oxalates, but it's also due to the presence of a compound called caramboxin, which is also neurotoxic. There are many cases of renal injury after starfruit consumption.

www.phytopanacea.com

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: August 01, 2019 05:00PM

The original poster already stated that he rarely consumed starfruit.. I was pointing out that many foods can cause problems with the kidneys

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: Tai ()
Date: August 01, 2019 08:22PM

It's too difficult to guess with so many variables. One kidney doctor eventually became an advocate against vaccines when her patient had to undergo dialysis after a vaccine.

That's why he needs to work with a natural doctor to look at complete history.

let's not forget the Healthforce owner who claimed he got kidney cancer from his cell phone which he wore next to his kidney all the time.

For most causes Chinese herbal medicine is excellent for healing the kidneys.

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Re: Advanced kidney disease
Posted by: Horsea ()
Date: August 02, 2019 07:53PM

There's "Kidney" and "kidney". The former refers more to the hormonal system plus the physical kidneys, and doesn't really have any 100% parallel with western medical thinking.

[www.acupuncture.com]

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