A healthy lifestyle is the first step

A healthy lifestyle

is the first step

A healthy lifestyle is the first step

Take care of your kidneys and live a plentiful life

Kidney diseases are silent killers because they grow without presenting visible symptoms until the final or most advanced stages. When our kidneys loose their ability to carry out their cleansing functions it can severely impact our quality of life.  There are however several easy ways
to reduce the risk of developing kidney disease.

7 golden rules to take care of your kidney’s health

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1. STAY ACTIVE

An active regimen of physical activity and daily exercise can help keep our blood pressure under control and keep in balance our blood´s glucose levels.  Don’t neglect the power of exercise to keep your kidneys healthy!

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2. EAT HEALTHY

Avoid refined foods like sugar, fats, and meats with preservatives. Don’t forget to eat fruits and vegetables. Avoiding excess salt will also help you prevent high blood pressure.

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3. KEEP YOUR WEIGHT IN CHECK

Excess weight in relation to our age, gender and height can cause our heart to be working overtime and lead to diabetes. Avoid flours, sugars, saturated fat and unhealthy snacks. Stay active and help your body by keeping a balanced diet.

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4. DO NOT SMOKE

Tabaco can restrict the flow of blood to our kidneys, a condition commonly known as atherosclerosis. This can slow down our kidneys and hamper their filtering capacity.

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5. AVOID SELF-MEDICATION

Avoid taking over-the-counter pills on a regular basis without the guidance of a physician. Consistent intake of analgesics, aspirins or anti-inflammatory medications can cause atrophy to our kidneys.

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6. DRINK WATER

Its recommended that human beings drink approx. 2 liters of water per day to dilute urine and avoid excessive concentrations of toxic residues and fluids which may lead to kidney disease.

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7. GET A YEARLY CHECK-UP!

Kidney disease can be easily detected through an urine test to check if there is any protein in your urine, or a blood test to measure the level of creatinine in your blood.  If you have high-blood pressure, diabetes, excess weight or have a history of kidney disease in your family we recommend a yearly check-up.

7 golden rules to take care of your kidney’s health

1-activo
1. STAY ACTIVE

An active regimen of physical activity and daily exercise can help keep our blood pressure under control and keep in balance our blood´s glucose levels.  Don’t neglect the power of exercise to keep your kidneys healthy!

2-dieta

2. EAT HEALTHY

Avoid refined foods like sugar, fats, and meats with preservatives. Don’t forget to eat fruits and vegetables. Avoiding excess salt will also help you prevent high blood pressure.

3-evita

3. KEEP YOUR WEIGHT IN CHECK

Excess weight in relation to our age, gender and height can cause our heart to be working overtime and lead to diabetes. Avoid flours, sugars, saturated fat and unhealthy snacks. Stay active and help your body by keeping a balanced diet.

4-tabaco
4. DO NOT SMOKE

Tabaco can restrict the flow of blood to our kidneys, a condition commonly known as atherosclerosis. This can slow down our kidneys and hamper their filtering capacity.

5-medicamento

5. AVOID SELF-MEDICATION

Avoid taking over-the-counter pills on a regular basis without the guidance of a physician. Consistent intake of analgesics, aspirins or anti-inflammatory medications can cause atrophy to our kidneys.

6-agua

6. DRINK WATER

Its recommended that human beings drink approx. 2 liters of water per day to dilute urine and avoid excessive concentrations of toxic residues and fluids which may lead to kidney disease.

7-revisar

7. GET A YEARLY CHECK-UP!

Kidney disease can be easily detected through an urine test to check if there is any protein in your urine, or a blood test to measure the level of creatinine in your blood.  If you have high-blood pressure, diabetes, excess weight or have a history of kidney disease in your family we recommend a yearly check-up.

7 golden rules to take care of your kidney’s health

1-activo
1. STAY ACTIVE

An active regimen of physical activity and daily exercise can help keep our blood pressure under control and keep in balance our blood´s glucose levels.  Don’t neglect the power of exercise to keep your kidneys healthy!

2-dieta

2. EAT HEALTHY

Avoid refined foods like sugar, fats, and meats with preservatives. Don’t forget to eat fruits and vegetables. Avoiding excess salt will also help you prevent high blood pressure.

3-evita

3. KEEP YOUR WEIGHT IN CHECK

Excess weight in relation to our age, gender and height can cause our heart to be working overtime and lead to diabetes. Avoid flours, sugars, saturated fat and unhealthy snacks. Stay active and help your body by keeping a balanced diet.

4-tabaco
4. DO NOT SMOKE

Tabaco can restrict the flow of blood to our kidneys, a condition commonly known as atherosclerosis. This can slow down our kidneys and hamper their filtering capacity.

5-medicamento

5. AVOID SELF-MEDICATION

Avoid taking over-the-counter pills on a regular basis without the guidance of a physician. Consistent intake of analgesics, aspirins or anti-inflammatory medications can cause atrophy to our kidneys.

6-agua

6. DRINK WATER

Its recommended that human beings drink approx. 2 liters of water per day to dilute urine and avoid excessive concentrations of toxic residues and fluids which may lead to kidney disease.

7-revisar

7. GET A YEARLY CHECK-UP!

Kidney disease can be easily detected through an urine test to check if there is any protein in your urine, or a blood test to measure the level of creatinine in your blood.  If you have high-blood pressure, diabetes, excess weight or have a history of kidney disease in your family we recommend a yearly check-up.

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