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Obesity Increases Your Risk For Chronic Kidney Disease

We all know that carrying around extra body fat isn’t good for us. But you may not realize that losing weight can help prevent kidney disease in otherwise-healthy people. Trimming down might also slow disease progression in people already diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, according to nephrologist Sankar Navaneethan, MD. “Obesity and being overweight are risk factors for chronic kidney disease and are associated with the progression of the disease,” he says. “Metabolic syndrome is also a risk factor.” People with metabolic syndrome are 20 to 30 percent more likely to develop kidney disease than people without it, Dr. Navaneethan says. Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of factors that also increase your risk for heart disease and diabetes. Features include: A large waist size, or having a lot of fat around the middle of your body A high level of a certain kind of fat – called triglycerides – in your blood A low HDL or “good” cholesterol level High blood pressure High blood sugar, even if you haven’t eaten It’s important to note that even if your medication does a good job controlling your blood sugar, blood pressure or cholesterol levels, you are still at an Continue reading >>

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  1. Patrick*

    Like others here, I switched to a low carb diet, and it seems to help my ME. My Candida antibodies were very high when last tested. I'm not excessive about the diet -- I probably get about 35-45% of my macronutrients from protein -- up from maybe 10% before the diet.
    But now my urine is foamy every time I urinate. According to Google, this means that there is protein in my urine. But it's difficult to get a sense of whether this is harming me (especially my kidneys) or not. Sources are conflicting. It doesn't foam excessively, like beer, but a single layer of noticeable bubbles forms. It could almost go unnoticed, but I'm certain I've never seen it before.
    Can anyone shed any light on this? Should I be concerned? I don't want to have to choose between Candida and kidney damage. (I would choose Candida, BTW).
    P.S. To anyone who may remember that I posted in another thread about having kidney-area pain, this pain predated the foam by about 6 months, so it's not clear that there's any connection.

  2. alex3619

    Hi PWCalvin, I have no hard evidence about this as I have not reseached the literature. However I have heard stories of bodybuilders who developed kidney problems from too much protein. The point of low carb is not to eat massive amounts of protein. Maybe someone with more knowledge of paleo diets and low carb diets would like to comment? Bye, Alex

  3. Tony Mach

    PWCalvin said: ↑
    But now my urine is foamy every time I urinate. According to Google, this means that there is protein in my urine. But it's difficult to get a sense of whether this is harming me (especially my kidneys) or not. Sources are conflicting. It doesn't foam excessively, like beer, but a single layer of noticeable bubbles forms. It could almost go unnoticed, but I'm certain I've never seen it before.
    Can anyone shed any light on this? Should I be concerned? I don't want to have to choose between Candida and kidney damage. (I would choose Candida, BTW).
    P.S. To anyone who may remember that I posted in another thread about having kidney-area pain, this pain predated the foam by about 6 months, so it's not clear that there's any connection. If you suspect protein in your urine, you could get urine sticks to test for it. In that case a visit to the doctor would be well advised.
    But if you changed you diet, your body is probably adapting and this might go away.
    I had kidney-area pain that was similiar to what you describe, plus I had a high urinating frequency. After I went on a Atkins diet (carb-free), these problems went away.
    I am now on a Paleo/Primal type of diet and I think it is not the carbs, that are the problem, but usually carbs are either grain-products, milk-products or potatoes. All three contain substances that can be bad (gluten, wga, alkaloids, etc.). There are some sources of carb that should be safe, like plantains and sweet potatoes/african yam. Other sources like rice are OK for some, but I try to minimize it. Search for "safe starches".
    If you are healthy going very low carb (VLC) for some time can be OK, but in the long term one should find out what ones personal "safe starches" are.
    One more thought: I try to get my protein from animal products (meat, fish, eggs) and try to avoid plant-products rich in protein like soybean. Soybean contains substances that can mess up the hormone system

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The Truth About Low Carb, High Protein And Fat Ketogenic Diets

This has mutated into various forms from the South Beach Diet in California to the Dukan Diet in France, the Real Meal Revolution in South Africa and the Total Wellbeing Diet in Australia. It is not dissimilar to the paleo or Stone Age diets which shun grains and other carbs in favour of lots of meat plus vegetables, on the basis that it is what our ancestors ate. The central idea is that, by eating lots of fat and protein, and virtually no carbs, the body’s metabolism switches from burning glucose to burning ketones and goes into a state of ‘ketosis’. Think of ketones as a back-up fuel when times are hard – it’s what we survive off when we burn our own fat in times of starvation. Since fat converts most easily into ketones, low-carb diets recommend lots of high fat meats and dairy products, despite neither being part of our ancestors diet. There have been lots of studies that show: that it works for weight loss, but no better than my kind of low GL diet, which advocates a bit more protein, less and the right kind of low GL carbs that it works for diabetes reversal and lowering blood fats (triglycerides made from glucose) that it’s not the ketosis that makes the diet wo Continue reading >>

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  1. BigN

    I've noticed some great things since I've started this way of eating and I've experienced (and am experiencing) some nastiness too. Dizzy was a biggy and I see others here have had it also so I'm hoping it's only temporary. After a week or so on this diet, I've noticed some lower back pain. Like I've pulled a muscle, but I haven't hurt my back that I'm aware of. I was scouring the Low Carb sites tonight and noticed many people there also experience back pain seemingly as a result of this type of eating. Has anyone else here experienced mysterious lower back pain? I'm hoping that's only temporary also. Before starting this diet, I had some stomach issues such as bloating, lots of gas, pressure against my diaghram. Those things seem to have disappeared, which I'm happy about...

  2. Wlfdg

    Is it possible you're more active?

  3. BigN

    I hadn't thought about it but as I'm very active already I'm not sure that would have anything to do with it. I'm up and running around all day as it is and I woke up one day with a sore back and it's been here for 2 weeks already, doesn't seem to want to go away...

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New To Keto? Start With These Beginners Ketogenic Diet Tips

You’ve probably been hearing a lot lately about ketogenic diet plans for better health and weight loss. These plans are gaining popularity not just for weight management, but for the way they can help people manage many chronic conditions like Type II Diabetes, Parkinson’s Disease, and Multiple Sclerosis. But whether you’re looking for a healthy way to relieve symptoms of a chronic disease or a better path to weight management, you’ll need some tips on how to start a beginners ketogenic diet.* NSI Stem Cell Centers in Florida are advanced medical clinics that specialize in regenerative medicine and complimentary nutritional programs. In the examples above, and many more, ketogenic diet benefits are proving to be a valuable tool in helping our patients maintain the healthy advantages they achieve through stem cell therapies and platelet rich plasma treatments.* So let’s take a look at what a beginners ketogenic diet looks like. The Basics to Know When Starting a Beginners Ketogenic Diet First off, you may be wondering just what a ketogenic diet is. Put simply, a ketogenic, or “keto”, diet focuses on low carbohydrate intake. This results in turning the body into a fat-b Continue reading >>

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  1. BigN

    I've noticed some great things since I've started this way of eating and I've experienced (and am experiencing) some nastiness too. Dizzy was a biggy and I see others here have had it also so I'm hoping it's only temporary. After a week or so on this diet, I've noticed some lower back pain. Like I've pulled a muscle, but I haven't hurt my back that I'm aware of. I was scouring the Low Carb sites tonight and noticed many people there also experience back pain seemingly as a result of this type of eating. Has anyone else here experienced mysterious lower back pain? I'm hoping that's only temporary also. Before starting this diet, I had some stomach issues such as bloating, lots of gas, pressure against my diaghram. Those things seem to have disappeared, which I'm happy about...

  2. Wlfdg

    Is it possible you're more active?

  3. BigN

    I hadn't thought about it but as I'm very active already I'm not sure that would have anything to do with it. I'm up and running around all day as it is and I woke up one day with a sore back and it's been here for 2 weeks already, doesn't seem to want to go away...

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