• Lactobacillus acidophilus protects against the progression of renal damage by modulating the gut environment and metabolizing the uremic toxins
• Bifidobacterium longum is a urease-producing probiotic which metabolizes urea
• Supports balanced gut flora and prevent overgrowth of harmful bacteria or dysbiosis
• Also known as the Vitamin B3
• Supports normal phosphate level
• Maintains healthy cholesterol level by improve lipid metabolism
• Balances acidity of the body
• Supports probiotic growth in the gut and more effective toxin elimination.
Kidney damage does not happen in sudden, but it is gradual loss of kidney function over the times. Complications will develop if kidney damage is left ignored or unaware over the time
Dysbiosis is common complication that is normally happen in CKD patients. Overgrowth of pathogenic bacteria produces harmful uremic wastes in the gut.
Therefore, early protection and a regular check-up remains the key to maintain good kidney health.
The blood does contain some acid levels, however, bad if too high and leads to metabolic acidosis. Metabolic acidosis is a common finding in CKD, affecting approximately 15%-19% of patients. The risks of having metabolic acidosis:
Normally, changes in diet and alkali therapy are the most used approaches to reduce the burden.
Phosphorous is an essential mineral needed for body cells, from cell membrane to bone growth. In normal condition, it is excreted through faeces and urine.
Hyperphosphatemia or excess level of phosphorous leads to calcification and damages tissues and organ such as heart and blood vessels, as well as kidneys themselves. Therefore, control the intake of phosphorous is important especially in individuals of kidney concern.
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