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How can I reduce the creatinine levels?

Q: How can I reduce the creatinine levels?

 

Dr Kirti Says

Creatinine is chiefly filtered out of the blood by the kidneys.

A simple urine test for albumin and a blood test for serum creatinine will help determine the condition of the kidneys - whether or not the kidneys are able to do an optimal work on filtering these substances (creatinine & albumin) in order to achieve the normal levels needed by the body. The increased levels of albumin and serum creatinine will tell that the kidneys are not in normal condition. Thus, we have to work on the kidneys in order to lower creatinine levels.

There are various Ayurveda herbs which help to improve kidney function. Some of them are Punarnava (Borhavia diffusa), Shatavari, Curcuma Longa, Orchid Tree, Tribulus, Three-Leaf Caper, Guggul, Holy Basil, Sensitive Plant, and Nigella Sativa.

Fruits like pomegranate, grapes, coconut water, amla, muskmelon, and water melon are good to improve kidney function. To learn more about the herbs which help improve kidney function, please visit ayurstate.com and ayurgold.com.

However, as kidney is one of the important organs of detoxification and filtration, we have to be very careful before consuming any supplement or making any changes in the diet.

These are general information about lowering creatinine levels and improving kidney function only. Ayurveda believes that every treatment should be customized based on the body constitution of the individual. Should you wish to have a more detailed ayurvedic advice on your present condition, kindly fill in our consultation form or email us further details about your health profile.

 

by: D. N. Sharma , 2015-03-09 02:58:51

Pl.advice diet to lower serum creatinine level. Are pomegranate, dates, etc. lower it. Are researches done in India on its effect on kidneys....? Regards, D N Sharma

by: D. N. Sharma , 2015-03-09 02:58:47

Pl.advice diet to lower serum creatinine level. Are pomegranate, dates, etc. lower it. Are researches done in India on its effect on kidneys....? Regards, D N Sharma

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  • Dr. Kirti received her Bachelor of Ayurveda and Medical Science from the University of Pune in 2002 and her Doctor of Medicine in Physiology from the University of Nagpur in 2005. In addition, she earned a Masters Degree in Health and Social Care from the University of Worcester (UK) in 2008 as well as a Diploma in Massage (Abhyanga and Mardana) in 2000.

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