Make your kidneys smile by avoiding hydrogenated oils and vinegar (in any form) as part of your diet.
“The salads are prepared with oil and vinegar, fermentation takes place in the stomach, and the food does not digest, but decays or putrefies; as a consequence, the blood is not nourished, but becomes filled with impurities, and liver and kidney difficulties appear.”－ CD 345.6.
Unexplained aches and pains in the lower back, on the soft sides just above the hip,and in the sides of your abdomen, can be symptoms of undiagnosed kidney disease or kidney infections. When the kidneys do not function properly, you may experience pain, stiffness, and fluid in the joints. If you are experiencing these symptoms, talk to your lifestyle health care provider; for examination and counselling.
Staying well hydrated is a key habit to good kidney health. None need become a slave to water drinking by obsessively calculating the amount of intake. By simply observing your urine colour and odour in the toilet (after you “go”), you can have an idea of how much water you take in daily. The clearer the urine colour and the less offensive its smell, the better.
Once you’ve realised that this is a problem you have, it is time to add some more water for your drinking. The safest point to start is with about 500 ml of water－ that way, you won’t unnecessarily find yourself so disturbed that you constantly trace back in an attempt to calculate just exactly how much water you drink daily!
8-10 Cups of water per day.
Stay hydrated.Stay Well 🙂