Prev post1 of 3Next A kidney infection, also known as pyelonephritis, is usually caused by a bacterial infection that spreads up from the urinary tract to the bladder through the urethra and, finally, into the kidneys. It can affect one or both kidneys. Women, especially pregnant women, have a high risk of kidney infection compared to
The kidneys perform a wide range of vital functions in the healthy body, such as: Removing wastes and water from the blood, Regulating water fluid levels, Balancing chemicals in your body, Releasing hormones, Helping control blood pressure, Helping to produce red blood cells, Producing vitamin D, which keeps the bones strong and healthy.
Red, green, yellow, blue—urine comes in a variety of shades and hues, but peeing different colors of the rainbow is not always healthy. That’s why it is good to know what your urine says about your health. Sometimes red pee indicates kidney disease or urinary tract infections, but it’s also possible that you recently ate food with a certain pigment. For example, eating beets can result in beeturia—the passing of red or pink urine because of a compound called betanin in the vegetable. Since…
1. 6 OZ. filtered (alkaline) water 2. 2 OZ unsweetened Cranberry juice (no fruit cocktails or fruit juice) 3. 1 OZ organic lemon juice (or REAL squeezed lemon) 4. 1/2 to 1 TSP of Braggs apple cider vinegar. This detox flushes kidney, bladder, urinary tract, eliminates waste, decreases water retention and balances the PH. Drink before each meal