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Creatinine is a blood chemical waste product generated when you use your muscles. Eating lots of protein may also produce small amounts in your system.

 

Your bloodstream transports creatinine to your kidneys, where your body filters it out through your urine. But if your kidneys aren’t working properly, the level of creatinine in your blood can build up. This can lead to uremia, a life-threatening disorder.

 

Your body needs clean blood to function optimally. The best way to lower your creatinine levels is to treat the underlying cause. It is possible to lower your creatinine levels naturally through different remedies and lifestyle changes.  Follow the steps in this video and you could lower your creatinine at your next bloodwork draw.

7 Ways to Lower your Creatinine Fast