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April Research and News

April Research And News

We combed through multiple medical journals looking for the latest research on Integrative approach to kidney health. We know your time is valuable so we curated and summarized these studies for you. Welcome to the InKidney April Research and News. The root cause of IgA nephropathy IgA nephropathy is a kidney disease that is defined by the pathologic appearance…

December Research & News

December Research and News

Once again, we combed through multiple medical journals looking for the latest research on Integrative approach to kidney health. We know your time is valuable so we curated and summarized these studies for you. Welcome to the December edition of InKidney Research and News. Altered vitamin K biodistribution may decrease the benefit of vitamin K2 supplementation in advance CKD In this study,…

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June Research and News

The Role of Dietary Fiber Supplementation in Regulating Uremic Toxins in Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials Gut-derived uremic toxins, including indoxyl sulfate (IS) and p-cresyl sulfate (PCS), are waste products that accumulate in the body due to decreased clearance by the failing kidneys. These accumulated uremic toxins are a…

Pictures of kidney stones with the gut in the background depicting the relationship between microbiome and kidney stone

The Microbiome and Kidney Stone Formation

This blog is part of a series discussing our integrative approach to kidney stone prevention and management. In this blog we will focus on the microbiome and kidney stone formation. Kidney stone formation (urolithiasis) is a complex disease influenced by multiple factors including diet, genetics, and environment. They are painful, inconvenient, and when left untreated,…

Gut Repair and Kidney

The 5R Protocol Part 4: Repair

This is part of a series of blogs discussing an individualized comprehensive gut restoration protocol in chronic kidney disease. In this blog, we will talk about gut repair and kidney health. The Gut-Kidney Connection The gut-kidney axis refers to the relationship between gut integrity and microbiome diversity with kidney disease. Excessive intestinal permeability, also known…

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The 5R Protocol Part 3: Reinoculate

This is part of a series of blogs discussing an individualized comprehensive gut restoration protocol in chronic kidney disease. The Gut-Kidney Connection In this series we examine the comprehensive gut restoration protocol used to as a foundational approach to heal gut integrity. Researchers have established a relationship between gut integrity and microbiome diversity with various…

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The 5R Protocol Part 1: Remove

This is part of a series of blogs discussing an individualized comprehensive gut restoration protocol in chronic kidney disease. The Gut-Kidney Connection Researchers have established a relationship between gut integrity and microbiome diversity with various chronic diseases, including kidney disease. Increased intestinal permeability, also known colloquially as “leaky gut” has been shown to be at the root…

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Comprehensive Gut Restoration and Progression of CKD

This is part one of a series of blogs discussing comprehensive gut restoration protocol and the progression of chronic kidney disease (CKD) The Gut-Kidney Connection Chronic kidney disease affects millions of American and is often associated with comorbid conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and hypertension. Dysbiosis and leaky gut are implicated in many systemic…

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Feeding Gut Bacteria in Patients with Kidney Disease

Our gut is home to 100 trillion beneficial bacteria and what we eat has a tremendous impact on their composition. These bacteria interact constantly with the lining of the gut and their health is important for the maintenance of a healthy gut barrier as well as our overall health specially in patients with kidney disease….

IgA nephropathy is caused by a trigger that causes the gut to produce abnormal IgA that causes kidney damage

IgA nephropathy: A target for Integrative approach

Immunoglobulin A (IgA) nephropathy is a prime example of the interplay of genetics, epigenetics, leaky gut, environment and diet affects and influence the development of kidney disease. What is IgA? Immunoglobulins are a large protein structure that is part of the adaptive immune system. There are various types, categorized by a letter and sometimes a…