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Published on August 31st, 2021 | by Michaelw

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The only 3 Vitamins your Kidneys actually need

There’s one vitamin that is proven to help slow down kidney disease.
One vitamin can remove uric acid from the kidneys.
One vitamin can lower creatinine levels fast!
More in this video!


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Rena-Vite (complete multivitamin for kidney patients) https://amzn.to/3DxWaGk

Nephro-Vite (https://amzn.to/3BuW2pm)

Dialy-Vite https://amzn.to/3BuW2pm

Vitamin B complex (cheap) https://amzn.to/3gOIeOi

Vitamin D3 (cheap) https://amzn.to/2V5DQmE


TRANSCRIPT

There’s one vitamin that is proven to help slow down kidney disease.
One vitamin can remove uric acid from the kidneys.
One vitamin can lower creatinine levels fast!

Katherine from 00kidney here, welcome to our journey together to a better kidney health.
Let’s talk about vitamins: they’re crucial to repair your kidneys.
The good news is that you need to supplement just 3 of them to get the job done – nothing more.
I’m telling you this because I’ve been working with kidney disease patients for more than 8 years now
And I’ve met people who were able to reverse kidney disease: all of them had to find a way to get a balanced vitamin intake.
Now, there’s a problem: while taking a daily multivitamin seems to be a well-established practice for the general population – everyone I know seems to have a preferred brand

Yeah, he is right, the general population don’t actually need a multivitamin.
On the other hand, ABOUT 80% OF PEOPLE WITH KIDNEY DISEASE HAVE ONE OR MORE VITAMIN DEFICIENCIES.
Which is unfortunate: even a small vitamin deficiency can make kidney disease progress faster.
So today we are going to see what the top 3 vitamins you absolutely need are.
Our number 3 in particular has been proven capable of slowing down kidney disease progression.

Vitamin C
Vitamin C is widely known for its function as an antioxidant – it actively improves immune health and protects the kidneys from oxidative stress.
And it also plays a crucial role in wound healing, bone and tooth formation and heart health.
Of the 3 essential vitamins for people with kidney disease we are going to see today, vitamin C is the most powerful when it comes to fighting anemia.
And this could give you an immediate kidney health boost.
This is because anemia is extremely common in CKD and it’s a known cause of kidney damage and even death.
So take vitamin c, possibly during a meal rich in iron.
This vitamin can also help lower your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, again, two crucial factors when it comes to kidney health.
The most well-known source of vitamin C is citrus fruit, but you can also get vitamin C from strawberries, green and red bell peppers, broccoli, brussels sprouts and kiwifruit.
But in many cases, it would be better to also supplement this key nutrient.
Actually, there’s even a recent study suggesting that supplementing it in the right dosages may help remove uric acid from the kidneys, protecting them and lowering the risk of gout.
For all these benefits, it’s usually recommended to supplement this vitamin.
Now very important. Not all brands of vitamin c on the market are safe.
Most brands sell vitamin c in 1000mg doses and more. That’s what you should get in 2 weeks, not one day.
The right dose is 60mg per day. Be very careful with this.
Also, there are two forms of vitamin c present on the market. Sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid.
Both will get the job done, but sodium ascorbate contains sodium, or salt, which is known to increase blood pressure.
So double check the label and find a brand that sells ascorbic acid vitamin c in 60mg dose.
And, as usual, consult your doctor.
By the way, there’s a link down in description if you are having trouble finding this vitamin in the right dose.

Very important question, can taking vitamins really help lowering creatinine?

I know that a lot of people don’t like taking too many supplements – I get it.
You’re probably taking enough pills already.
But the general consensus today is that people with kidney problems NEED to take the 3 vitamins of today’s video.
The reason is that patients following a renal diet are way more at risk for vitamin deficiencies compared to the general population.
Many of the medications that kidney patients take- and they are quite a few- may play block the normal absorption of vitamins and minerals from the stomach.
Based on the most recent studies on the subject, most experts and national medical groups are recommending people with kidney problem to take vitamin supplements daily.
The National Kidney Foundation also took a hard look at multivitamins in kidney disease and agreed that people with kidney disease are more likely to develop deficiencies in many vitamins.
So, yeah, you definitely need to supplement these 3 vitamins.
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Now guys, if you still have any doubt, feel free to ask in comment section and I will try to help.
Ok, our next entry, is a vitamin that can literally save your life.

Number 2 vitamin d
Vitamin d has never been as popular as it is right now, everyone, and I really mean everyone is taking it for its immune supporting benefits.
but when it comes to kidney health, vitamin D is even more powerful.
This vitamin is routinely prescribed to kidney disease patients to help preserve their bones – seriously, consult your doctor if you’re not taking it yet – and it also has some impressive and underrated benefits.
In a recent study vitamin D SIGNIFICANTLY reduced the severity of proteinuria among patients with CKD.

Proteinuria is one of the most important indicators of kidney health – reducing proteinuria means also improving kidney health.
Also, kidney disease patients with the higher levels of vitamin D are considerably less at risk of dying from cardiovascular disease – the number 1 cause of death in the world.
not to mention that it was recently proven an association between low serum vitamin D levels and a faster decline in kidney function.
And you cannot get vitamin d in high enough concentration from basically any food.
Yes, supplementing this one can save your kidneys and your life.
And since vitamin d is so popular, it is also very, very easy to find.
You can easily find it online or in brick-and-mortar vitamin stores.
And since the needs of people with kidney problems are similar to the general population, you can probably buy this one at the supermarket too.
Commonly recommended dosages in stage 2 to 4 are between 600IU and 1000IU – depending on serum levels.
Do not take higher dosage than 1000IU without a prescription, it could be dangerous.
Vitamin d is available in two forms, vitamin d2, the chemical form, which is cheaper, and vitamin D3, the active form more easily absorbed.
Take the active form.
And the vitamin that lowers your creatinine fast is…

Vitamin B!
Ok, ok, this is not technically just a vitamin, it’s a group, but you can always find b vitamins in a single pill with safe dosage for kidney disease.
And, most importantly, all the b group is essential.
Here’s why doctors and researchers think this group of vitamins can really help lower your creatinine levels:
– Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, is extremely important for people with kidney disease.
It’s involved in the production of red blood cells, and people with kidney problems really need more red blood cells – anemia is extremely common and dangerous.
Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin.
Just like folic acid, vitamin b12 can help fight anemia. Actually, this vitamin works together in the body with folic acid, boosting its benefits.
Vitamin B6 is frequently too low in people with kidney problems, and it’s crucial for the nervous system and immune system.
Vitamin b2, riboflavin boosts the immune system and fights headaches.
Vitamin B3, niacin, helps with cholesterol.
B5 fights stress. B7 lowers blood sugar in diabetes.
And I’ve kept the best for last:
Vitamin b1.
This one is crucial for energy production and it’s also needed by the nervous system to work properly.
And, according to a study, Taking High-dose thiamin can protect the kidneys of people with diabetes from damage.
Diabetic patients in the early stages of kidney disease treated with high dose (300mg) thiamin for just 3 months saw a return to normal urinary albumin excretion.
This means that their kidney disease actually regressed and their creatinine was immediately lower.
Now guys, how to find all these vitamins in the right dose and form?
I’ve linked down in description some well-known commercial brands that sell this supplement in the right dosage for people with kidney problems.
But, as an alternative, there are also brands selling multivitamins specifically made for people with kidney problems. Nephro-vita, myprorenal and more.
So, which one should you choose, commercial brands or kidney multivitamin?
Sounds like a difficult choice, right?
Well, I’ve made a full video just to help you in this! it’s up here if you have missed it!
And a new video is coming next Friday – I hope to see you there. Thank you for watching!

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Hi, my name is Michael and in this blog I'm gonna share the story of how I got off kidney dialysis for good. Getting off dialysis isn't easy at all, and that's why I'm trying to help people as much as I can.



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