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What do the kidneys need to function properly?
The menu should include daily healthy foods for the kidneys. These include
the following categories:
1. Water (up to 2 liters per day) dilutes the concentration of urine,
reduces the risk of sand deposits and stone formation.
2. Vegetables, fruits, berries with a diuretic effect reduce swelling,
normalize lymph flow, and cleanse the body. The most famous
products in this category are watermelon, melon, cucumber,
pineapple, parsley, strawberries, beets, and fennel.
3. Foods rich in carotene (precursor of vitamin A). Carotene restores
immunity, increases stress resistance. From carotene, the body
synthesizes vitamin A, with a lack of which urolithiasis (nephrolithiasis)
can develop. Products with carotenes are carrots, parsley, green
onions, sweet peppers, sea buckthorn, pumpkin seeds, apple, plum,
melon.
4. Include cereals in your diet, especially millet. This cereal is part of folk
remedies for nephritis and urolithiasis. The product removes toxins,
normalizes cholesterol, and improves blood circulation.
5. Herbal decoctions: They have a detoxifying effect, eliminate
inflammation, and have a diuretic effect. The most useful decoctions
of sage, mint, rose hips, calendula, bearberry, horsetail, birch bark,
black currant leaves.
6. Include these foods in your diet as often as possible. After all, the
work of the organs of the urinary system cannot be improved once
and for all; daily maintenance of balance is required.
7. Good kidney function is promoted by products with a diuretic, anti-
inflammatory, detoxifying effect.
8. Not all products of the therapeutic diet are boring and insipid in
taste. Some of them are sweet, satisfying and high-calorie. So it is
quite possible to eat with benefits for the body and delight for the
taste buds. You just need to know which foods are good for the
kidneys, and do not forget to include them in the menu.

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What do the kidneys need to function properly? The menu should include daily healthy foods for the kidneys. These include the following categories: 1. Water (up to 2 liters per day) dilutes the concentration of urine, reduces the risk of sand deposits and stone formation. 2. Vegetables, fruits, berries with a diuretic effect reduce swelling, normalize lymph flow, and cleanse the body. The most famous products in this category are watermelon, melon, cucumber, pineapple, parsley, strawberries, beets, and fennel. 3. Foods rich in carotene (precursor of vitamin A). Carotene restores immunity, increases stress resistance. From carotene, the body synthesizes vitamin A, with a lack of which urolithiasis (nephrolithiasis) can develop. Products with carotenes are carrots, parsley, green onions, sweet peppers, sea buckthorn, pumpkin seeds, apple, plum, melon. 4. Include cereals in your diet, especially millet. This cereal is part of folk remedies for nephritis and urolithiasis. The product removes toxins, normalizes cholesterol, and improves blood circulation. 5. Herbal decoctions: They have a detoxifying effect, eliminate inflammation, and have a diuretic effect. The most useful decoctions of sage, mint, rose hips, calendula, bearberry, horsetail, birch bark, black currant leaves. 6. Include these foods in your diet as often as possible. After all, the work of the organs of the urinary system cannot be improved once and for all; daily maintenance of balance is required. 7. Good kidney function is promoted by products with a diuretic, antiinflammatory, detoxifying effect. 8. Not all products of the therapeutic diet are boring and insipid in taste. Some of them are sweet, satisfying and high-calorie. So it is quite possible to eat with benefits for the body and delight for the taste buds. You just need to know which foods are good for the kidneys, and do not forget to include them in the menu. Name: Description: ...
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