Diabetes and Kidney Disease

Diabetes and Kidney Disease

It is very often the case, that people who have had diabetes for a few years start developing issues with their kidneys. This is because the kidneys act as a filtration system which determines what stays in the body (like proteins and red blood cells) and what is transported out via urine.

When the sugar levels in the blood becomes too high, and these “filters” get damaged. This causes important things like vitamins and proteins to be leaked out into the urine and cannot be used by the body. In extreme cases, it can even end in kidney failure.

Prevention and Treatment:

The main priority is to keep your blood sugar levels and blood pressure levels as stable as possible. You can do this by making subtle lifestyle changes like these:

Warning: If you are on Blood Pressure medication, don’t take the Manna Blood Circulation Support.

Blood Circulation

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