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Understanding Chronic Kidney Disease

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What is Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)?

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), also known as kidney or renal failure, occurs when kidney function diminishes over time. Diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and other conditions can lead to Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD), but the most common cause is diabetes.

What do the kidneys do?

The kidneys’ main job is to act as a filter for the blood. As blood passes through the kidneys, waste that can be toxic to the system is removed and metabolized. This is the body’s way of keeping the blood clean. Kidney disease impairs the kidneys’ ability to do this job, thereby allowing harmful toxins to build up in the body. Depending on the stage of kidney disease, they may have lost anywhere from 50% of their normal kidney function to 100%, resulting in complete renal failure, also known as End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).

Identifying the stages of Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD)

The stages of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) are measured by tests that evaluate the level of kidney function, primarily through a test called the Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR). GFR measures how well the kidneys are filtering the blood. A normal GFR is usually measured at 90 mL/min/1.73 m2 or above. Patients with stage 1 CKD may still have a normal GFR, while patients who have ESRD may have a GFR of 15 mL/min/1.73 m2 or less. Learn more about the stages of CKD.

Is kidney disease curable?

Although Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is not curable, there are medical treatments, lifestyle adjustments, and natural supplements such as probiotics that can help your loved one feel better and maintain their kidney function. One of the best things to remember and to remind anyone you know who has kidney disease is that CKD does not have to stop patients from enjoying a full and productive life.

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Chronic Kidney Disease

“For my patients, Renadyl™ has improved their quality of life. It’s improved their numbers, it’s made them feel better and I believe it’s also helping other markers of total body health: lower uric acid, helping with gout, help lower high blood pressure.”
- Dr. Richard Snyder
(D.O., Nephrology)
How Renadyl™ helps with its Proprietary Probiotics
Renadyl™ is a patented and proprietary probiotics dietary supplement that has been scientifically formulated and clinically tested. Renadyl™ metabolizes nitrogenous waste that has diffused from the bloodstream into the bowel. Nitrogenous wastes are utilized by Renadyl™ as nutrients. As probiotics grow and multiply, they consume more nitrogenous waste and therefore effectively help maintain healthy kidney function. The nitrogenous metabolites are eliminated as solid waste/fecal matter.
Every Capsule of Renadyl™ contains..
45 Billion CFUs
High concentration of probiotic microbes aka Colony-forming Units (CFUs)
2 Prebiotic Fibers
to promote the growth of the probiotics found in Renadyl™ and your own beneficial gut microbes.
3 Proprietary Strains
of helpful Bacteria selected by science for their ability to metabolize nitrogenous waste.

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