How to reduce BUN and Creatinine when you have poor kidney function

Written by Edward Smith

BUN and Creatinine are measurements of toxins in your blood stream. I started this website because I have suffered from these problems after a long history of substance abuse in my life mixed in with poor genetics in the circulatory system based on family members’ history. In starting this website, my idea was to try and share some of the experiences that I had with others who may be having similar problems, specifically with high blood pressure (hypertension) and chronic renal disease.

I have experimented with various over the counter supplement products and I can tell you a nice little combination that worked for me to help lower my BUN and Creatinine proportionately at the same time. I began taking, with the advice of my doctor, and after doing lab work, digestive enzymes mixed with a small amount of my favorite label of probiotics or “good” bacteria. The next time that I did blood work, I had noticed that my Creatinine and BUN measurements had dropped a few points each. This was a miracle because I had tried many other options with not great results.

You are probably thinking what brand of supplements did I use in particular? Well, I used Twin Labs Digestive Enzymes because they sell a large bottle that was pretty affordable. It was only $26.00 approx. for a large bottle. I would recommend getting private label probiotics from Fain’s Herbacy in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 479-253-5687, as they are high quality. I know that as my BUN and Creatinine started to decrease, I started having a little more energy, sharper thought processes and I actually wanted to work more if you can believe that?

I would encourage you to, as alawys, check with your health care practitioner for his or her advice before making any changes in your current regimen. What worked for me may not work as well for you. It just makes good sense that giving you body some help with the digestion process would ease the strain on the kidneys and liver.

 

 

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