The kidneys are organs responsible for filtering extra water and waste out of your blood and creating urine. Kidney disease showcase that your kidneys are affected and can’t filter blood the way they should.
According to VeryWellHealth, things you should consume to cleanse your kidneys are:
1. Grapes. These fruits have a compound known as resveratrol, which is believed to lower inflammation in the kidneys.
2. Beet juice is believed to boost blood flow to the kidneys.
3. Watermelon and lemon juice. Fruits that have citric acid are thought to help prevent kidney stones. Citric acid binds to calcium, which stops the growth of calcium crystals.
4. Cranberry juice. There is limited proof that cranberries may help in the prevention of urinary tract infections.
5. Pumpkin seeds. Pumpkin seeds are thought to prevent the accumulation of uric acid, one of the compounds that lead to kidney stones.
6. Ginger. Proponents believe ginger can dissolve kidney stones and stop them from forming.
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