Disease

What is the true cause of kidney disease?

What is the true cause of kidney disease? The majority of people believe that allopathy is a sophisticated medical system with numerous benefits. If this were the case, there would be fewer hospitals and patients each year. The opposite is true: the number of hospitals and patients grows every year. There are far more patients who require dialysis due to kidney failure than in previous years.

Globally, the number of people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) has increased by 100% in the last ten years. The majority of them required dialysis frequently, and 70% required hemodialysis three times per week. If current trends continue, the number of people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) will increase more than fivefold over the next ten years. A few years ago, the majority of patients required dialysis in their late 50s and beyond; now, it begins in their 30s.

What causes organ damage when God or nature, whichever you believe in, gives us organs to use for the rest of our lives?

Most people with CKD take medications for a long time or take dietary supplements containing artificial calcium, vitamins, minerals, or other nutrients. Others ate a lot of prepackaged and processed foods. Their kidneys fail as a result of chemical buildup from food, drink, medications, and tablets. If you are unsure whether calcium, vitamin, or other supplement tablets are harmful to your kidneys, look at the ingredients.

The primary function of the kidneys is to purge and eliminate waste from the blood. The kidneys filter every substance that enters the body as it circulates through the bloodstream. The filtered chemical will adhere to the kidney’s inner wall, causing kidney failure.

None of our internal organs will malfunction or shut down as we age. People only get sick as a result of their unhealthful food and lifestyle choices.

Reiki Master, Healer, Acupuncturist, Writer, Thinker, Speaker, Author.

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