How To Lower Your Creatinine Level Fast to avoid kidney failure and dialysis
Episode 13: How To Lower Your Creatinine Level FAST to avoid kidney failure and dialysis. Here are 6 ways on how to lower your creatinine levels naturally to improve kidney function and avoid kidney failure and dialysis. Lowering your creatinine level fast will help you increase your GFR, give you more energy, and allow you to fit other foods into your Kidney disease diet. Lowering your creatinine level is not curing your chronic kidney disease (CKD) but it does help with your overall kidney function. These 6 ways how to lower your creatinine level fast can be done by nearly anyone, and the results show up in your kidney bloodwork very quickly.
How to lower your creatinine levels:
Creatinine is a blood chemical waste product generated when you use your muscles. Eating lots of protein may also produce small amounts of creatinine in your system.
Your bloodstream transports creatinine to your kidneys, where your body filters it out through your liquid waste. 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 naturally is to treat the underlying cause. It is possible to lower your creatinine levels naturally through different remedies and lifestyle changes, but it can be nearly impossible if you do not treat the underlying cause of your chronic kidney disease (CKD).
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What is creatinine
The amino acid called creatine has gained popularity as a dietary supplement due to evidence that it may increase body mass, improve short-term intense exercise performance, and aid in recovery.
When creatine breaks down as it is used for energy, creatinine is created as a waste product.
Creatinine levels vary from person to person depending on factors such as body size, age, or gender, so there is no standard or 'normal' level.
Low creatinine levels could indicate a problem with the muscles or liver but may be due to something less serious, such as reduced muscle mass in older adults, or pregnancy.
Testing and effects on the body
Creatinine is always present in the bloodstream, where it is removed by the kidneys and leaves the body in liquid waste. When the kidneys are damaged, creatinine can build up in the blood, which is why it is important to know how to reduce creatinine level to normal as much as possible.
Although it is a waste product, research suggests that creatinine in the body may also play a part in fighting disease, as it has been shown to stop the growth of bacteria. You will never be able to reduce creatinine level to zero since it is created constantly by your body.
Creatinine clearance is a test used by doctors that shows how well the kidneys are removing creatinine from the bloodstream.
The test is done using a timed sample, which means that all the liquid someone passes in a set time period, such as 24 hours, is collected and tested to show how much creatinine has been removed from the body by the kidneys.
This test is most often used to judge high, rather than low creatinine levels in the body and is likely to be used alongside other tests to look at overall kidney health.
IMPORTANT: I AM NOT A DOCTOR. Patients should always be under the care of a physician and defer to their physician for any and all treatment decisions. This video is not meant to replace a physician’s advice, supervision, and counsel. No information in the video should be construed as medical advice. All medical decisions should be made by the patient and a qualified physician. This video is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE.
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