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Chronic kidney disease affects millions of people, radically curtailing their quality of lives and forcing them to live on the edge, and is a major health concern worldwide. The affected people lead difficult lives, dreading the eventuality of dialysis or the need for transplantation.

When it comes to kidney disease, the discussion is limited to improving dialysis facilities and access for donors; very little is spoken about improving lifestyles to reduce the risk of kidney disease in our population. Hence it is imperative that we educate people about the same. Here are a few simple steps that one can follow on a daily basis for healthier kidneys:

1. Know Your Family Medical History:
Knowing is half the job done as it prepares you to do something about your risk factors. Talk to a doctor about how it puts you at greater risk and what preventive steps you should take in case your parents or relatives have kidney disease. If you are at greater risk, make sure you get your kidney functions tested to know about the health of your kidneys. Often, many people discover they have renal disease with no symptoms.

2. Keep Your Blood Sugar Level Under Check:
Having diabetes compounds your chances of developing kidney disease. A large number of diabetes patients suffer kidney failure and need dialysis or organ transplant. It is therefore important to keep your blood sugar levels controlled well. It is also important for people with diabetes to have regular kidney function tests to detect an anomaly early. Kidney damage from diabetes can be reduced or prevented if detected early.

3. Manage Blood Pressure:
Hypertension puts you at greater risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease; it also increases your risk of developing kidney damage. The risk is multiplied if you are both a diabetic as well as suffer from hypertension. If you have a family history of hypertension and kidney disease, keep a strict check over your blood pressure. Manage it by living a healthy life and strictly adhering to advised medication. Maintain your cholesterol levels.

4. Live An Active Life:
Lack of physical activity is behind a spurt of a large number of lifestyle diseases in India, as it is across the world. Leading sedentary lives makes us more prone to developing hypertension, heart disease, obesity and also developing diabetes. Pre-diabetics who are at an increased risk of turning diabetic can control their blood sugar levels by exercising daily for half an hour. Exercising also helps keep cholesterol, blood pressure and weight in check. Being overweight increases your risk of developing diabetes and high blood pressure, which are major risk factors for kidney disease.

5. Eat Healthy:
Eating a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables keeps you safe from multiple diseases. Eating healthy helps in reducing the consumption of food items that are rich in empty calories, and reducing your salt intake. Cut down on processed and packaged foods and eat light and fresh. Consult a dietician to advise you on adopting a kidney friendly diet.

6. Quit Harmful Habits:
Excessive drinking doesn't just cause damage to the liver; it also increases the risk of kidney damage. Similarly, excessive smoking doesn't just harm the lungs, but also affects kidney health.

7. Maintain A Healthy Fluid Intake:
We all know how important drinking sufficient water is for the health of the body and kidneys. Consuming plenty of water and other fluids helps the kidneys clear sodium, urea and other toxins from the body in a healthy way and keeps the kidneys in good health.

8. Consume Kidney Safe Drugs:
Excessive intake of over-the-counter pills, painkillers and analgesics such as ibuprofen is not a healthy practice. Some of these drugs can harm the kidneys when consumed on a regular basis. People with arthritis or other such painful condition often need painkillers on a regular basis. Make sure your doctor prescribes your drugs, not your friendly chemist.

9. Take Daily Probiotics:
Probiotics (good bacteria) help your kidneys process waste materials and contribute to overall digestive health. It has been proven that probiotics not only improve kidney function but also the overall quality of life.

10. Lower Your Phosphorus Intake:
When kidneys don't work well, phosphorus accumulates in the body, causing potentially serious conditions, such as bone and heart disorders, as well as calcification (hardening) of tissues. Avoid consumption of products with high phosphorus content like carbonated soft drinks and prepared, processed foods. You only need 800 mg to 1,200 mg of phosphorus each day; higher amounts are flushed from the body by healthy kidneys.

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Dark Chocolate
Hooray for dark chocolate! Eating about 30 calories a day of dark chocolate — just one tiny square — was shown to help lower blood pressure after 18 weeks without weight gain or other adverse effects, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Choose dark chocolate consisting of at least 70 percent cocoa powder. Because chocolate is also high in calories, you'll want to be very careful not to overdo it.

Soybeans
Soybeans are another excellent source of potassium and magnesium. Look for soybeans in the pod (edamame) in the freezer case at your grocery store; for a healthy snack, boil one cup and pop them directly out of the shell into your mouth. If you miss the salt, lightly sprinkle with salt substitute.

Bananas
This functional fruit is packed with potassium, so it's a great choice for an on-the-go snack. Add a banana to your breakfast (my Strawberry-Banana Cottage Cheese With Almonds makes a great morning meal) or for an evening treat, slice a banana into several half-inch wheels, place them in a small plastic bag, and freeze. Frozen bananas — yum!

Baked White Potato
Potatoes are rich in both magnesium and potassium, two vital nutrients for heart health. When potassium is low, the body retains extra sodium (and too much sodium raises blood pressure). On the other hand, when you eat a potassium-rich diet, the body becomes more efficient at getting rid of excess sodium. Like potassium, magnesium is also a key player in promoting healthy blood flow. Therefore, maintaining a healthy balance of both minerals can help keep high blood pressure at bay.

Beans
Nutritious and versatile, beans (including black, white, navy, lima, pinto, and kidney) are chock-full of soluble fiber, magnesium, and potassium, all excellent ingredients for lowering blood pressure and improving overall heart health. Add beans to your favorite salads, soups, or wraps; as a bonus, they're pretty inexpensive.

Unsalted Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower seeds are also a great source of magnesium. A quarter cup of these makes a nutritious snack — but be sure to buy them unsalted, since salted sunflower seeds are high in sodium, which you want to avoid.

Spinach
A green leafy delight, spinach is low in calories, high in fiber, and packed with heart-healthy nutrients like potassium, folate, and magnesium — key ingredients for lowering and maintaining blood pressure levels. An easy way to eat more of this great green? Try mixing fresh spinach leaves into salads or adding them to sandwiches.

Skim Milk
It truly does a body good! Drinking heart-healthy skim milk or 1 percent milk will provide you with calcium and vitamin D — the two nutrients work as a team to help reduce blood pressure by 3 to 10 percent. Although this doesn't sound like much, it could add up to about a 15 percent reduction in risk for cardiovascular disease.

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appy Monday everyone!

Continuing to help raise awareness on the dangers of heart disease during the month of February (Heart Health Month), today’s video is all about the best foods to eat to help lower your blood pressure.

A couple of weeks ago I shared a video on 9 Habits to Help Lower Blood Pressure. If you’ve not watched that video, go back and do so because it gives an overview of what lifestyle factors you can embrace to help you manage your blood pressure naturally. Sometimes it’s just a matter of making one or two shifts in your habits that can lead to your success.

Food is medicine and medicine is food. There is no distinction and unfortunately, we’ve been taught differently. Through marketing and misleading information, we’ve been told we can eat virtually whatever we want and then, when something goes awry with our health, there is a pill out there that can help us manage it.

But all medications come with side effects and sometimes those side effects can mean having to take more and more pills! This never happens when you clean up your diet and use a balanced approach to health. When you change the way you eat and the way you live your life, you not only often get the results you intended, but the side effect is often that you feel and look better too!

Once you’ve checked out today’s video, I want to hear from you! Specifically, did you use dietary changes successfully as a means to lower blood pressure? How many of these foods did you include? And have you ever tasted the bonus food mentioned at the end of the video? I would love to hear your feedback.

I am wishing you all a happy and healthy week~
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Artist: Kinetic
Label: Quantum Recordings, SA
You can get this release and more at kinetictruth.com or on many music sites including Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon, Rdio, Deezer, Beats, Tidal and many more.

This session uses Sub-Delta frequencies which have a soothing effect on the limbic system, the amygdala and hypothalamus. These delta frequencies for example are very helpful for conditions involving Hypertension (High Blood Pressure), chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, and more.

In addition this entrainment track utilizes Rife frequencies as carriers that are tuned to heal hypertension. The track utiizes Rife and Solfeggio in the carrier frequencies.

Delta waves are involved in vasoconstriction, fear and the fight-or-flight response. By calming these structures, blood pressure should decrease, muscles should relax, sweating should decrease and your extremities (hands and feet) should warm up. Your body naturally starts repairing and healing itself during the delta state, which is the state your brain is in when you are in a deep sleep, therefore this track can be used for all general purpose healing and wellness.

Use the session in a quiet and comfortable place with your eyes closed for the most powerful effect. You can sit in a chair or lying down on a bed is fine as well. This session can be used with or without headphones. Any type of noisy environment will benefit from headphone usage for better brainwave entrainment. During the session you should remain as calm and relaxed as possible.

Alternatively you can play the session when you are going to bed at night. The session is around 30 minutes and suited well for daytime relaxation or napping usage, but you can repeat or loop it without issue, only for increased healing. If you are familiar with visualization techniques they can be employed as well during the session.

People with a past history of epilepsy or seizures should NOT use brainwave entrainment.

This Sub-Delta brainwave entrainment track uses the following protocol:

Duration 29:59
Pulse Frequency Range: 7.83Hz – 0.5Hz
Entrainment Method: Isochronic Tones, Photic Modulation
Carrier Frequencies: 174Hz (Solfeggio-Foundation), 324Hz (Rife), 528Hz (Rife & Solfeggio), 95Hz (Rife)
Usage: Headphones or Speakers, Visualizations

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High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, one of the most important contributors to heart disease and stroke. According to WHO- "Hyper-pressure contributes to nearly 9.4 million deaths due to heart disease and stroke every year and, together, these two diseases are the number one cause of death worldwide". And, hyper-tension also increases the risk of kidney failure, blindness and several other conditions.
According to a new study presented at the "28th Annual Scientific Meeting", have shown that " yoga can lead to significant reductions in blood pressure, especially when used in addition with other lifestyle modifications".
Contraindications for High Blood Pressure :
— Don't do back bending pose
— Avoid any types of fast Breathing practice like Kapalbhati, Bhastrika Pranayama
— Don't try holding of Breath ( Kumbhaka Pranayama )
— Don't Practice inversion (Upside-down Pose) like Sarvangasana, Viprit Karni, Head stand or Hand stand.

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