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6 Kidney Detox Tips When You Have No Time for a Detox

Your kidneys work round the clock to filter toxic waste from your body. When you’re not keeping a healthy lifestyle or simply don’t have the time or energy to take care of your body, it can gradually take a toll on your vital organs, showing up in the form of fatigue, lack of energy, lethargy, poor sleep, bad digestion, and dull, lackluster skin.

Drinking too much coffee, smoking and drinking alcohol every other day only add to the problem. As your kidneys overwork to expel waste, they can gradually lose out to the overwhelming amount of bad food they have to process and become prone to infections, stones and, in extreme cases, complete kidney failure.

6 Kidney Detox Tips When You Have No Time for a Detox

Symptoms of sluggish kidneys

Aside from the symptoms discussed above, malfunctioning kidneys can lead to swelling on the face or on feet, bad breath, skin rashes, problems with urination, unexplained nausea and vomiting, leg pain, dizziness, and anemia.

Detoxifying your kidneys along with making healthy food choices helps control this ongoing damage to a large extent. If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, here’s how you can kickstart a kidney cleanse despite a busy routine.

Tips for an easy kidney detox

Drink barley water every morning

Barley is an excellent source of soluble fiber, can easily dissolve in water and renders a cleansing effect on the kidneys. It is also effective in lowering blood sugar and high cholesterol. In fact, barley water is a popular Ayurveda remedy for kidney stones.

Soak a handful of whole barley in six cups of water, add a small piece of cinnamon for flavor, heat the water slightly, and leave overnight. Drink this concoction first thing in the morning every day for two weeks. This will help detoxify your kidneys by expelling the toxic buildup that’s keeping your body down.

Rule out parasitic infection

Parasite colonization in the body can wreak havoc on your vital organs, including your digestive system. If left untreated, it can lead to a number of health problems, including diarrhea, stomach ulcers, poor metabolism and chronic constipation.

If you’ve taken anti-parasite treatment but still feel unhealthy, check out this post listing 12 common parasite die off symptoms and their treatment.

Start drinking more water, today

This age-old advice never goes out of trend because it has tremendous benefits for your entire body and is so simple to execute. Drinking lots of clean water is essential for a regular kidney detox as it drives out accumulated toxins and improves metabolism.

Increase your water intake by keeping a bottle on your work desk and make sure to drink at least four to five liters a day if not more. When you start drinking more water, you will notice that your urine is lighter in both color and concentration. This is an indication that your efforts are actually making a difference.

Start using a good detox formula

When you’re busy, preparing detoxifying meals and beverages can be hard work. A ready-to-consume kidney detoxifying formula makes it easy for busy professionals and homemakers to continue to take care and preserve their bodies.

For faster and long-term results, find a good kidney detox formula made with natural and safe ingredients. For optimum benefit, ensure that the product does not contain artificial additives and GMOs.

Include more fruit in your daily meals

Fruits are a rich source of fiber as well as essential micronutrients that all play a part in keeping us healthy. One of the reasons that your kidneys are overstressed and fighting a constant onslaught of toxins could be that you’re not eating enough fruit and vegetables.

For cleansing your body and ridding it of waste, say no processed food and yes to a healthy lifestyle. If you don’t have the time to cook, learn to make quick salads and soups with seasonal organic produce.

Live mindfully and pay attention to your body

Lastly, none of the natural remedies discussed above will have a sustained effect until you start listening to your body and give it the time and respect it deserves.

When all you’re feeding your body is products made out of processed flour, packaged snacks loaded with unhealthy fats, and a drink or two every other day to shut out the stress, it’s going to affect your mental and physical health sooner or later.

So make healthy living a priority, take plentiful rest and nourish your body and mind every single day with good food and good thoughts.

Brandy Ellen is a born and raised NH resident who enjoys living life to the fullest. Raising 3 kids and a pug, Brandy spends her free time writing for her two blogs – ParentInfluence and Brandy EllenWrites. Brandy is also a ghostwriter for other blogs, click here to hire Brandy to write for you.

22 comments found

  1. I’ve had kidney stone problems in the past so I have to make sure I drink plenty of water every day. My urologist also told me to drink lots of lemonade. I’m going to add some of your detox tips too.

  2. I am always hit and miss with my water intake. I either drink a ton or not enough! One of my New Year’s resolutions is to make this more consistent.

  3. The kidneys are such important organs of the body and too much load on them can lead to serious problems. It is imperative that they be detoxed periodically. Your suggestions are practical and can be incorporated into ones’lifestyle quite easily.

  4. Thank you for your tips. They are awesome for healthy life. I am so agree that we need to drink more water and eat more fruit and veggies.

  5. This is helpful for people like me whose suffering from kidney or bladder issues. Thanks for the tips. I will definitely follow

  6. Wonderful tips. My one son was born with some kidney issues so I’m always looking up things and trying to keep our bodies in tip top shape. This is so helpful.

  7. Oh wow, I haven’t ever thought of a kidney detox. I wonder if fasting would be a good break. Why have doctors never suggested a detox before to me? I will ask my doctor about this as I think it might help!

  8. I think water is so boring to drink, but since being pregnant, I have realized how important it is to drink. And have created better habits of water drinking

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