Gut Health and Kidney Disease | The Benefits of Prebiotics & Probiotics
This video is about gut health and kidney disease. For most people with any type of kidney issue, you should be taking probiotics and prebiotics. Probiotics are good bacteria, traditionally known for your digestive system, that have tremendous kidney benefits and prebiotics, which help the probiotics and which also help safely support the normal elimination of toxins.
So many benefits, so many decades of research. Another piece of research from March, journal of Renal Nutrition, 2000. “The impact of symbiotic treatment on the levels of gut derived uremic toxins, inflammation, and gut microbiome of chronic kidney disease patients: a randomized clinical trial”
They gave 34 billion probiotics.They gave some inulin, a water soluble fiber, a prebiotic. They found at the end of the period, had better gfr, they had better kidney health, they had better symptoms and they had less C-reactive protein, so better inflammation. If you have kidney issues, or chronic kidney disease, you most likely want to be taking a pre and probiotic.
Both probiotics and prebiotics have been shown to have potential benefits for people with chronic kidney disease. Specifically, they may help to reduce inflammation, improve digestion and nutrient absorption, and support immune function. Additionally, some studies have suggested that probiotics may help to reduce the risk of developing certain kidney-related complications, such as urinary tract infections and chronic kidney disease. However, it is important to note that more research is needed in this area before any definitive conclusions can be drawn.
Gut health is an important part of managing chronic kidney disease. As always, it is important to speak with a healthcare provider before starting any new dietary supplement or making significant changes to your diet. Consider adding both prebiotics and probiotics to your supplement regiment, and to your best kidney health everyone. Both prebiotics and probiotics are available in foods as well as supplement form.