Natural Supplements for Kidney Disease

Posted by Anonymous (Thailand) on 12/13/2011

Dear sir, I have heard a lot about you & came to know you from a friend of mine regarding your medical assistance. I'm suffering from Kidney disease. I have serum Creatin 2.3 and last Oct' 2011 I visited BKK hospital... met Kidney specialist. After study my report told me that I'm on 3rd Stage.

Doctor told me to take low protein Food and take a litre of water a Day. I have stopped taking meat and fish totally... and I'm on strict vegetable diet this day's.

Please advise me.... Kind Regards

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

The general remedy is threonine, assam tea, ginger capsules, and N acetyl cysteine. Check the urine pH, it must be 7, if it is anywhere below that, especially below 6.0 you have kidney problems from metabolic acidosis, usually from Equal, Splenda, sugar free sodas, etc and also caused by diabetes. Threonine is taken at least 1/2 teaspoon x 3 times a day, and is the major limiting amino acid in kidney patients, the other one is the BCAA (branched chain amino acid), taken maybe less, such as 1/4 teaspoon three times a day. It is the quality of the amino acid, especially the essential amino acids, that is the problem among kidney patients. The most common cause of kidney disease is high blood pressure plus diabetes, and what was overlooked by most researchers is acidosis, caused by diet (aspartame being a major cause in Thailand) and that caused kidney disease. Ginger can be prepared fresh or supplemented.