Your Personal Kidney Doctor is Closer Than You Think
A kidney doctor (a nephrologist) is a medical professional who specializes in treating kidney disorders. They can help to diagnose kidney problems and prescribe appropriate treatments.
A nephrologist has specialist knowledge and expertise about the physiology and function of the kidneys.
They understand how the kidneys work and can skillfully analyze and determine if there is a problem, and what could be done to resolve it (if possible).
For persons with serious kidney problems, having a good kidney doctor is essential. Because of their expertise, they can accurately diagnose the problem and help determine the best course of action to effectively treat it.
But, finding a good nephrologist can sometimes be a challenge and the cost of their services is not very cheap… which is generally the case for most specialist services. Furthermore, despite the skills and expertise of a nephrologist, they don’t always have the answers or solutions. Not because of incompetence but because some cases are extremely complex or too advanced to be remedied, by medical science.
Your Body - Your Personal Kidney Doctor
GOD created the human body with every mechanism and system it requires to achieve and maintain optimum kidney health.
The body has a powerful defense system that is capable of keeping diseases at bay… and, the good news is, it’s always on the job – 24/7.
Your body can be your primary and personal kidney doctor. It knows your kidneys intimately and immediately detects when something is wrong. It understands every signal and tries to respond accordingly. While it primarily focuses on disease prevention, it also has the ability to neutralize and eliminate diseases and repair consequential internal damages.
Bottom line… Your body can be your best kidney doctor but, to be effective, it requires your cooperation and support.
How to Make Your Body An Effective Kidney Doctor
Unless you take good care of your body, it cannot effectively do its job of preventing and/ or destroying diseases that affect kidney function. Taking care of your body is your responsibility.
The following are five (5) foundational pillars upon which optimum health is built. Without these, your body cannot function effectively.
Education – Without the right information, you won’t know how to take care of your body. Thankfully, there is no shortage of relevant information available… You can begin right here on this website. You will find invaluable information to help you take care of your kidneys and your body.
Diet – The vast majority of degenerative diseases (including those that affect the kidneys) are directly the result of incorrect or inappropriate diet. Consider this: If you bought a new car that has a gasoline engine but you kept putting diesel fuel into the gas tank, what do you think will happen? … Yes, you will soon destroy the engine… because it was not designed to run on diesel fuel. Similarly, the body was created to interact efficiently with live (plant-based) foods. If you constantly filling it with highly processed foods (and other harmful substances), it will suffer damage (sometime irreparable). The right balance of nutrients, fiber and water is necessary to help the body to effectively and efficiently perform its role as your personal kidney doctor. (You can also find some helpful dietary suggestions on this website.)
Detoxification – Toxins are waste products or harmful substances that adversely affect the body. These toxins mainly come from some foods, metabolic processes, water and the air. Detoxification is the process of eliminating these toxins from the body. Now, the body has natural detoxification systems but they are not always able to adequately get rid of amount of toxins in the body. They can sometimes become overwhelmed, overworked and unable to effectively eliminate waste substances. It is, therefore, necessary to help detoxify the body, by using natural products and specially tailored diet.
Exercise Exercise keeps the body fit, sharp and strong. It helps to control and maintain weight and keeps the body’s systems and organs functioning effectively. A program of regular exercise is necessary for optimizing health and vitality.
Rest and Relaxation – Don’t underestimate the importance of R & R. Adequate rest and relaxation help to boost the immune system and enhance mental and emotional well-being.
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The simple tips outlined above, if applied, can completely transform your life. If you take care of your personal kidney doctor (your body) it will take care of you and your kidneys... If you give it your best, it could keep you from needing to see a medical kidney doctor (nephrologist).