Why you need to do this Kidney Cleanse
The importance of keeping to a kidney cleansing diet cannot be emphasised hard enough. Healthy kidneys are vital to a number of body functions. Your kidneys help detoxify your blood by removing toxic compounds and passing them out through the urine. If blood cleansing becomes impeded, toxins can stay in your blood and circulate throughout the body to cause harm.
Picking a diet that naturally supports your kidneys will help keep them operate at their best.
The Function of the Kidneys
Healthy kidneys help manage body fluid stability by regulating the balance of sodium and water. The kidneys also manage the balance between alkalinity and acidity, and they regulate the hormones and enzymes responsible for controlling blood pressure. In addition, as mentioned above, your kidneys help filter out toxins that build up in response to diet and the environment.
The imbalance of body water caused by toxic kidneys has been linked to negative emotional states, such as stress, paranoia, uncontrolled muscle shaking, general feelings of insecurity and fear, and even panics attacks. Kidney cleansing helps promote the optimal function of the kidneys. When in optimal health, your kidneys can purify your blood up to 60 times per day.
Teas That Cleanse the Kidneys
There are many teas that you can brew at home to help purify your kidneys. Dandelion root removes excess water from the body by stimulating urine production. Dandelion root tea can be made by boiling 1 to 2 tsp. of organic roasted dandelion root in 8 ounces of pure water. Ginger root and turmeric tea can be made by boiling a few dashes of turmeric powder with peeled ginger root. Drink it after lunch and dinner to not only flush toxins from the kidneys but also help your digestion.
Cleansing with Fruits and Vegetables
You can also find many organic fruits that will help your body with kidney cleansing. Organic grapes can be eaten raw to provide nutrients and antioxidants that support detoxification. Grapes help flush uric acid and other waste products from the kidneys. Organic cranberries provide us with quinine, a compound that is sent to the liver. Hippuric acid, which is converted from quinine, helps remove urea and uric acid from the kidneys and urinary tract. It also keeps bacteria away from attaching to urinary tract walls. Cranberry juice is a great kidney supporter.
Organic apples are one of the best natural foods you can eat, and they also support natural cleansing. Beet juice is another great addition to help you cleanse your whole body. There are also several organic cleansing vegetables that are readily available in almost every supermarket. Garlic is a natural diuretic that helps stimulate urine production and flush out the kidneys. Cucumbers also work as a natural diuretic and can help dissolve kidney and bladder stones. Sprouts help flush out the kidneys because they contain a lot of water.
Onions have been reputed to help people pass kidney stones. The onions are boiled, then liquefied in a blender along with the water they were cooked in. Kidney beans, soybeans, and peas contain a vital amino acid called arginine that helps cleanse the kidneys of ammonia.
A General Rule of Thumb
Eating pure, whole, and raw foods will give your kidneys the necessary support as well as every other detoxifying organ in your body. Most raw leafy greens, low-sugar fruits (like berries), and nuts and seeds can support your health in numerous ways, not just for cleansing. Also, it is imperative that you drink enough pure, filtered water every day in order to provide an easier route for toxins to evacuate your kidneys. You can use distilled water for this purpose; simply add 1 tbsp. of raw apple cider vinegar to an 8-ounce glass to give it an extra boost.
What are your experiences with cleansing? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
by Dr. Edward F. Group/Wake Up World d