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Kidney Care Program

Root Cause Analysis

Signs and symptoms of kidney disease are often nonspecific. This means they can also be caused by other illnesses. Because your kidneys are able to make up for lost function, you might not develop signs and symptoms until irreversible damage has occurred. Depending on your condition, our experts will study your case and come up with an exhaustive analysis report.

Fixing Deficiencies

Loss of Kidney Funtion to whatever level isn't typically due to any deficiency in particular but due to the damage to the organ itself. However, other conditions such as Type 1 & Type 2 Diabetes or Obesity etc can increase the risk of having detrimental impact on the Kidney even further. Basis the root cause analysis report, any deficiencies that may impact kidney function indirectly shall be fixed at this stage.

Cleanse - In & Out

Just about any diet wont cut it, unless body's metabolism isn't right. An Internal Cleanse is an absolute must before starting adopting a diet program. Detoxification will also soon show up on the skin as well.

Balanced Meals

As your kidney function goes down, you may need to eat foods with less phosphorus and potassium. Too much phosphorus in your blood pulls calcium from your bones, making your bones thin, weak, and more likely to break. High levels of phosphorus in your blood can also cause itchy skin, and bone and joint pain. Further Damaged Kidneys allow potassium to build up in your blood, which can cause serious heart problems. Your food and drink choices can help you lower your potassium level, if needed. Our dieticians will use lab tests and prepare a customised meal as per the needed requirements.

Improved Gut Health

A healthy gut, rich in beneficial bacteria and microorganisms, plays an important role in your digestive system and keeps all your organs functioning well, particularly your kidneys.

Weight Loss

Obesity increases your lifetime risk of chronic kidney disease by 25%. Fortunately, losing weight and following a kidney-friendly diet can help lower your risk of other health complications and preserve your kidney function. Our Weight Loss Program customised as per the level and severity of your Kidney Function will allow you to gradually lose weight in a sustainable manner without stressing the functions of other organs.

Kidney diseases are silent killers, which can largely affect your quality of life and are also a major public health concern. Kidney disease often goes undetected until it is very advanced. Unfortunately, this is when someone would need dialysis or a transplant. The key is to find kidney disease before the trouble starts. Regular testing for everyone is important, but it is especially important for people at risk.

Most people with early kidney disease have no symptoms, which is why early detection is critical. By the time symptoms appear, kidney disease may be advanced, and symptoms can be misleading. Pay attention to these:

  • Fatigue, weakness

  • Difficult, painful urination

  • Foamy urine

  • Pink, dark urine (blood in urine)

  • Increased thirst

  • Increased need to urinate (especially at night)

  • Puffy eyes

  • Swollen face, hands, abdomen, ankles, feet


You can protect your kidneys by preventing or managing health conditions that cause kidney damage, such as diabetes and high blood pressure. A diet low in sodium and processed food reduces the risk of kidney damage. We should include fresh fruits and vegetables low in sodium in our diets like cauliflower, blueberries, whole grains, fish, apples, peaches, apricots, papayas, and other food items good for kidney health.

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