Treatment For Kidney Disease For Those Suffering From Obesity

Kidney Disease is often thought to be a rare occurrence. In most of the cases, symptoms of CKD are subtle for a long time and can lead to kidney failure, without much pain at all. Based on the symptoms, the treatment for kidney disease might differ. The appropriate combination and strength of Ayurvedic medicine thus prescribed at Kundan Kidney Care Centre has been helping kidney patients for almost three decades.Our products are made of pure Grade A herbs and are guaranteed to be free of chemicals, steroids or metals and have no known side effects.

Treatment For Kidney Disease
Some of the major risk factors that result in kidney disease are diabetes, hypertension, obesity and overweight, family history of kidney diseases, habits like cigarette smoking and other problem like – recurrent urinary tract infections, stones and tumors, etc.

OVERWEIGHT / OBESITY & KIDNEY DISEASE – It’s a known fact that individuals affected by obesity are at a much higher risk of developing kidney disease. Obesity is one of the leading risk factors for kidney disease. This is because, in obese people, the level of BMI is high. In such a condition, the kidneys have to work harder to meet the higher metabolic demands of the body by filtering beyond the normal values. Indirectly obesity contributes to the development of diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia. This all, in turn, can lead to kidney diseases.


Obesity and excess weight are both preventable. All you need to do is bring about few changes in your lifestyle. These changes not only provide prevention and reduce the risks but also in some cases cure chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and CKD. Therefore, all individuals with obesity especially those with diabetes and high blood pressure should regularly monitor their blood sugar, blood pressure, and serum creatinine levels. If in any of the reports you find the symptoms of CKD, it is recommended to take Ayurvedic treatment for kidney disease.


Integrate a healthy diet, physical activity and refreshing sleep in your lifestyle, and witness the changes thereof:

• HEALTHY DIET – Instead of opting for extreme diets, switch to small portions. Substitute water of fresh fruit juices in place of sugar aerated drinks. Limit energy intake from fats and sugars. Limit your protein and sodium intake along with salt consumption; applicable especially with people suffering from high blood pressure.

• PHYSICAL ACTIVITY – For successful healthy weight reduction, physical activity is the must. Exercise increases energy expenditure, promotes weight-loss and helps sustain a healthy weight. Always try to avoid inactivity as it is an unhealthy habit. Engage in some regular physical activities.

• ADEQUATE SLEEP – Adequate sleep promotes maintenance of a healthy weight. An individual requires about seven hours of sleep each night. Avoid eating just before going to bed.

The treatment for kidney disease offered by Kundan Kidney Care Centre has helped thousands of kidney patients recover thereby saving them from hemodialysis or kidney transplant like situation. The herbs in our products are carefully chosen and have known safety profiles. They are free from any chemicals, steroids, and metals. All the products are safe and have no known side effects. This natural kidney cure can also help you reduce creatinine and urea.

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