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If you have a family history of kidney issues or want to reduce the risk of developing end-stage renal disease (ESRD) or chronic kidney disease (CKD), then you ought to consider a meat-free day.

An astonishing 15-year study was conducted of over 60,000 adults that showed people that ate more red meat had more kidney related issues than those that replaced red meat a few times a week.

The study concluded that people that consume red meat in high volumes are 40-percent more likely to develop ESRD or CDK. Not all meat is off the table as the study found no link between kidney problems and chicken, eggs, fish, or dairy. The study also found that soy and legumes had a beneficial and protective effect on the kidneys.

Lead author of the study Dr Woon-Puay Koh told Nine News “We embarked on our study to see what advice should be given to chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients or to the general population worried about their kidney health regarding types or sources of protein intake”.

When a person eats red meat, the body breaks down the protein into an acid. It is the kidney’s job to get rid of these acids. Over time due to how long these acids stay at high levels in the body can wear down on kidney function.

With over 1.7 million Australians suffering from kidney issues with 60 people dying per day on average from kidney related disease, it is something that everyone should look at trying. Experts are not saying that red meat needs to be removed entirely, but a reduction in its consumption would be helpful.

Do you suffer from kidney problems? What diet are you on? Do you already cut down on red meat in your diet? Have you moved to a completely plant-based diet?

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  1. My husband loved his steak .had renal failure at 59 . So sad to go through dialysis.He passed aged 69 . Very hard for the one who is careing .

  2. Avoid chlorinated water. While people have debated for years whether chlorine is harmful or not there are studies and research by many physicians, scientists, and other researchers from around the world that have found chlorine to be very destructive to our health.

    Chlorine is a toxic and poisonous substance, even being labeled a pesticide by the EPA, one
    would think that research would have been conducted before allowing its use in drinking, showering
    and bathing, and swimming. However, it’s interesting that in the July 28, 1951 Journal of the American Medical Association, there was a question to the editor regarding whether or not any studies had been done to ascertain negative effects to drinking chlorinated water.

    The editor’s reply was that he carefully examined all available material and found there was never any research conducted on the effects of chlorine on the human body.
    The editor revealed that there were cases of skin inflammation and many outbreaks of asthma
    traced to chlorine, but said these were due to allergies.

    The chemical we’ve been drinking and exposing our bodies to is a chemical that was used as a weapon to kill people in two world wars. It boggles the imagination to think that such a powerful and deadly chemical would be allowed to be added to water that would be used for drinking, showering, bathing, swimming, and making baby formulas without first conducting a study to determine if the long-term low dosage use of chlorine would cause negative effects

    The last use of chlorine gas as a weapon of mass destruction was by the Iraqi Army under Saddam Hussein in the Iran/ Iraq war, in the Kurdish village of Halabja where hundreds of men, women and children were gassed, and by Iraqi insurgents, who blew up a truck loaded with chlorine gas canisters on March 17, 2007 in Anbar, killing 2 and sickening over 350.

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