Plant Diet Reduces End Stage Renal Disease


It is estimated that about 15% of US adults have chronic kidney disease (CKD) (1). It is a fact that 37 million Americans have renal function below normal, which means they may be headed toward renal failure. Renal function does decline over time as the result of normal aging. Renal failure can result from an acute illness like an infection, but the more common chronic kidney disease seen in milli...

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