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What You Don’t Know About Your Kidneys and Why That is Important

Despite their small size; only 4.5” long and weighing in at 4-6 ounces each, the kidneys are a remarkably important organ. In fact, they receive greater blood flow than the brain, the liver, or even the heart. All in all, they are responsible for redistributing and reabsorbing over 99% of the blood volume in the body.

Over 26 million Americans over the age of 20 have chronic kidney disease, with diabetes being the leading cause, and uncontrolled or poorly controlled blood pressure being the second leading cause.

Healthy kidneys not only filter blood and regulate waste and toxins, but they maintain a healthy balance of the body’s fluid levels and regulate important hormones, including those that promote bone health, produce, red blood cells, and those that regulate normal blood pressure. Therefore, maintaining optimal kidney health should be an important priority for overall health concerns.

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It is very important to support the kidneys in ways that are non-toxic and that support the critical processes the kidneys provide, notably – nitrogen excretion. In addition to its role of transporting nitrogen waste, the kidneys provide a critical role in the re-absorption of water and key minerals from excreted urine. This mechanism is important for maintaining hydration and healthy blood pressure.

At Synergetics Health & Wellness, we use non-invasive ways of determining the quality of your kidney health in our consultations. If you believe your kidneys may be sub-optimally functioning, please feel free to contact us at, or by calling 702-240-3533.  You may also text to 702-375-0643.

There are very good, non-toxic, natural methods of supporting kidney health!

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