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n1x5icbk
April 26th 08, 01:12 AM
Kidney is an important organ for a human. It functions to filter
blood, clean impurity and liquid carried by blood, then disposed
through bladder. Yet, substance is still needed by body, and then is
returned again into blood flow.
Here are some good advices probably for you:
What needs preventing from not getting kidney pain?
• Be accustomed to drink enough fresh water. Keep your body lack of
water
• Don’t turn your waist suddenly without early warming
up.
• If turning waist, do it slowly in a few times.
• Avoid careless massage without better anatomic knowledge and health
Insight
• Treading on back doesn’t benefit kidney. Leave the habit.
• Do normalization of PENNASIA when disturbance started feeling in
waist.

What should be done if being too late kidney pain?
• Normalization of PENNASIA can help quickly and naturally
• Drink a lot of fresh water to help work of kidney
• Don’t delay healing because it aggravates kidney condition
• Avoid unserious massage or massaging carelessly
• Avoid using synthetic medicine for a long term because it makes
other
• Organs less advantageous
Hopefully the sufferers might recover soon.
And additional information: in a few days later, I will launch
Technique of Diabetes Therapy for free charge in my site. You can tell
your friends or someone that suffers diabetes about this good
information. Good luck and God bless you!!

Hopefully the sufferers of this illness will get well soon.
And additional information: in a few days later, Pennasia
Normalizationwill launch Technique of Diabetes Therapy for free charge
in my site. You can tell your friends or someone that suffers diabetes
about this good information. Good luck and God bless you!!

Regards,

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jjg
June 1st 08, 07:43 PM
n1x5icbk wrote:

> Kidney is an important organ for a human.

Well, there is nothing wrong with my kidneys, but my 14 yo tomcat has a
problem. He has been diagnosed by the vet, and he (the vet) recommends less
protein. And of course, our cat, being a real cat, does not like potatoes,
or vegetables, ... we have found some nutrients which he accepts, if we mix
them with a good amount of protein... and then we hope that it works.

There may be another way: fat. He does like fat. I am not sure, however,
that that saves his kidneys. I seem to remember that dealing with fat is a
function of the liver/bile, so maybe that would be something he would eat
without damaging his kidneys. But, then, which fat? He doesn't like butter.
He is fond of herring (but that contains some salt, which is bad for his
kidneys). Is fat a good idea, and if so, can anyone give a suggestion?