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Published on May 25th, 2021 | by Katherine


[Kidney Repair] 5 Things You MUST DO Detox Uric Acid from Kidneys Fast

High uric acid levels are not just the cause of a very painful condition – gout – they also cause uncontrolled inflammation which can damage the kidneys.

There are 5 natural ways to lower uric acid levels fast and effectively that will also help you fighting inflammation and improve kidney health.

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⚫ How to prepare the Tuermeric Latte to detox uric acid
1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp ground turmeric
1/4 tsp ground ginger
1/2 Tbsp coconut oil
1 pinch ground black pepper
Mix all the spices together thoroughly with the oil and a little bit of hot water
Then add
Half cup almond milk
Half cup coffee
Stevia to taste


Katherine from 00kidney here, welcome to our journey together to a better kidney health!
High uric acid levels are not just the cause of a very painful condition – gout – they also cause uncontrolled inflammation which can damage the kidneys.
There are 5 natural ways to lower uric acid levels fast and effectively that will also help you fighting inflammation and improve kidney health.

Number 5,
Magnesium is a mineral that’s crucial to the body’s function.
It helps keep blood pressure normal, bones strong, and the heart rhythm steady.
Unfortunately, magnesium deficiency is very common among people with kidney problems – and it’s associated with high blood pressure, inflammation and high uric acid levels.
So, if you are having muscle cramps frequently, magnesium deficiency could be a cause.
Luckily, you can easily supplement this essential mineral and get a ton of benefits.
In particular, a 2015 study published on the journal Plos One, linked increased magnesium intake to lower uric acid levels.
So taking magnesium as a supplement may be able to reduce frequency and intensity of gout symptoms.
Researchers think that it may be due to magnesium ability of fighting chronic inflammation in the body.
Additionally, magnesium deficiency is strongly linked with high blood pressure.
Correcting this deficiency can lower blood pressure – QUICKLY.
You can get magnesium from foods such as Green, leafy vegetables, like spinach but also nuts, especially almonds.
However, many foods rich in magnesium are also rich in potassium and people with kidney problems are often recommended to avoid them.
Magnesium supplements are very cheap – we’re talking 6$ for a six-month supply – and easy to find. I bought this one at the supermarket.
What you should know about magnesium is that not all doctors recommend supplementing it to people with kidney disease.
This is because – just like potassium – the kidneys don’t filter it well when they’re impaired.
However, unlike for potassium, studies have linked higher serum magnesium levels to LESS mortality in people with chronic kidney disease stage 4 and 5.
Still, be safe and consult your doctor – and maybe get tested for serum magnesium levels – before using this cheap but powerful supplement to protect the kidneys from uric acid.
And guys, let me know if you want to know more about magnesium and kidney health! If you’re interested, I can make a whole video about it to show you what kidney friendly foods contain it and what supplements and dosages are best!
Let me know in comment section!
Now, one of the fastest ways to prevent gout attacks is…

Number 4,
Avoid trigger foods!
You should know that 1 out of 10 people with chronic kidney disease have gout – a painful condition caused by uric acid and triggered by purine rich foods and sugar rich foods.
So avoid them!
foods rich in purine include
Meat, especially organ meat, but also bacon, turkey, goose, veal, venison.
Now guys, avoiding meat is also a great way of improving the health of your kidneys – so always avoid these foods here.
certain seafoods such as
shellfish, anchovies, sardines, herring, mussels and other types of fish rich in mercury should be avoided too because they contain large amounts of purines.
Now, Alcohol is probably the worst offender here.
Excessive alcohol consumption is very dangerous and beer is specifically cited by literature as a beverage to avoid.
The reason is that beer is known to increase people uric acid levels and to reduce the kidney’s ability to clear the substance from the body.
Very important thing to avoid: sugary foods and beverages. They are known to raise uric acid levels and to worsen gout symptoms.
Now, I really hate sugar. Food companies secretly put it in everything because it’s addictive and they don’t really care if it destroys our health. They just care about selling us more junk food.
Sugar, but also fruit juices, foods containing agave nectar, high-fructose corn syrup … even most honey sold by grocery stores … all these foods are proven to be inflammatory, they raise your blood pressure more than salt, make kidney disease progress faster and, they raise uric acid levels.
Avoid anything containing sugar.
Refined carbs like white bread, cakes and cookies should be avoided too – they also raise uric acid levels.
Now, here’s a very tasty fruit that is going to detox your body from uric acid instead

Number 3
yes, as incredible as it may seem, this tasty fruit actually decrease uric acid levels and gout risk.
A 2012 study of 633 people with gout found that eating cherries for 2 days lowered the risk of a gout attack by a whopping 35% compared with eating no cherries.
Which is great, frankly.
And, among people who also used Allopurinol, an anti-gout drug, the combination of the drug and cherries lowered the risk of another attack by 75% – way better than the drug alone.
Now, the fact that cherries have been shown to lower the levels of uric acid in the body, means that they will also protect the kidneys.
Researchers think that this benefit is due the high polyphenols content of cherries, a powerful plant chemical that help fight cellular damage, reduce inflammation, and promote overall health by reducing oxidative stress.
Cherries are also packed with vitamin c, also known to decrease uric acid levels and boost immune function and fiber, to promote gut health.
Not to mention that cherries are very kidney friendly – less than 200mg of potassium per cup – and they are in season right now.
So eat cherries or try unsweetened cherry juice!
And I also have an even more powerful natural anti-inflammatory that I want to show you!

Number 2
Try a turmeric latte!
As we have seen, gout is an inflammatory condition.
This means that turmeric – one of the most powerful natural anti-inflammatories in the world – can help.
The curcumin in turmeric has a wide array of benefits for your kidneys, including the ability to lower uric acid levels.
And it’s also useful to lower pain related not just to gout attack but… almost to anything inflammatory.
Another very powerful natural remedy that can help decreasing uric acid levels is ginger.
Ginger is often used both taken by mouth or topically to treat gout.
And many people don’t know this, but coffee can help too.
Actually, coffee is thought to reduce uric acid levels through several mechanisms and research links increased coffee consumption to less gout risk.
Now guys, in one of my recent videos I’ve presented a very healthy coffee recipe you can try – it’s great to lower uric acid levels!
Here’s how to make it!

And let me know if you have tried it!
Time for our number 1 now!

Number 1
Drink more water, keep your body weight under control and exercise!
Ok guys, these 3 things together are the solution to a really large number of health problems.
Drinking more water – 8 glasses per day or more – is going to prevent uremic acid build ups, since Uric acid leaves the body via your urine.
Keeping the right body weight is crucial, it relieves the joints from a lot of tension and really helps with kidney health.
Exercising is not always possible when gout and kidney disease are present, but if you can exercise, do it.
It’s the fastest and most effective way of detoxifying the body.
Low impact, body weight exercises like those of my workouts for healthy kidney, are one of the best options.
Researchers have found that fat in the body carries more uric acid than muscle.
Thus, when you reduce body fat, you can reduce uric acid levels in your blood.
Kidney problems are often correlated to gout, a painful condition, and high uric acid levels may represent a serious and underestimated treat for kidney health.
The natural ways to keep them under control I’ve shown you today may really help – but if your levels are too high, you will need the help of your doctor.
Unfortunately, a lot of doctors still aren’t testing kidney patients for uric acid levels.
So, make sure you have your uric acid levels tested during your next routine check-up because that’s very useful to prevent gout attacks.
And remember that NSAIDs, which are the first line medications for gout pain, are not safe for people with kidney problems.
But Allopurinol is. So be 100% sure that your doctor knows about the health of your kidneys when prescribing you a gout treatment.


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Hello, this I Katherine, welcome to 00Kidney! Here you will find how tos and guides for kidney disease patients, how to lower creatinine, how to improve kidney function, the best recipes for you kidney friendly diet and... much more!

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