Kidney Disease: It is NOT a Curse

Chronic Kidney Disease is one of the most common kidney issues in adults. More than 29 million Americans have it. But many don’t realize before it’s too late because the symptoms vary in the early stages of the disease.

There are simple methods in treating chronic kidney disease other than medications and dialysis. What you often won’t be told is that certain foods are powerful tools in fighting against kidney disease. When you get your diagnosis, you’ll also get a laundry list of foods to avoid but not to eat that are critical for regulating your blood. When blood is too acidic or too alkaline, the kidney function declines.

What Your Doctor Got Wrong About Kidney Disease?

If you’ve been diagnosed with kidney disease, your first question to your doctor was probably along the lines of: “What can I do about it?” Unfortunately, you were probably left disappointed and frustrated by the answer. 

The consensus of Western doctors is that kidney disease is a one-way journey. They say it only goes from bad to worse, and your best hope is to stall your decline with drugs before you succumb to dialysis or transplant. Along the way, you’re told to expect insomnia, muscle cramps, itching, swelling, fatigue, and a host of other unpleasant symptoms. 

 Like many people in your situation, you might be feeling powerless, angry, anxious, or even depressed about your diagnosis. It’s completely understandable; nobody wants to sit by and watch as their health slips away. Nobody wants to accept a future of medications, machines and surgeries. Nobody wants to give up years of quality time with their loved ones.

 But… what if you didn’t have to? 

Kidney disease – is it really a one-way street?

 What if your doctor is wrong about kidney disease? What if it can be stopped, or even reversed? 

 We tend to look at our doctors as all-knowing beings with our best interests at heart. If there was something – anything! — they could do, surely they’d tell us? 

 The truth is that doctors work within a narrow, rigid medical system. There’s no doubt that Western medicine can be a brilliant thing, but the system is also far too quick to dismiss natural, holistic teachings, some of which have served us for thousands of years. If it’s not shiny, new, and made in a high-tech lab, it’s simply not valued. 

 And the doctors that DO try to think outside the established system? The ones that understand the incredible power and the value of what nature gave us? That try to draw from ancient wisdom and combine it with modern advances? They’re quickly red-taped and put back in their places, or cast out of the system altogether. 

 When it comes to kidney disease, it’s time to accept that there’s an important place for both approaches.  

 Healing the kidneys naturally.

 Yes, it can be done!

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