Hydrate, but don’t overdo it.

Drinking water is important because it will flush uric acid and other toxins from your system. Don't drink too much water at once.

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Eat healthy foods

One way to keep your kidneys healthy is by eating a healthy diet. Foods that are high in protein and low in fat are good for the kidneys.

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Exercise regularly

One of the best things you can do for your kidneys is to exercise regularly. Exercise helps to flush out toxins and wastes which are harmful for your kidneys.

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Quit smoking

Smoking is bad for your kidneys because it damages the blood vessels that carry blood to your kidneys. This can cause kidney failure, heart attack, and stroke.  

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Quit excessive drinking

Excessive drinking can lead to many health problems including kidney damage. One way to keep your kidneys healthy is by not drinking too much alcohol.

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Get yourself regularly checked

Kidney function is one of the most important functions of your body. In order to avoid kidney damage, it's important to get yourself checked regularly. 

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Control your blood sugar

High blood sugar levels can damage your kidneys cells which can lead to kidney failure. High blood sugar is often caused by eating too many high-carbohydrate foods.

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Take Care With Antibiotic

Antibiotics can damage the kidneys, so it's important to take care when taking them. You should avoid them if you're pregnant, breastfeeding, or have kidney problems. 

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Watch Your Salt

Studies have shown that too much salt can damage the kidneys and eventually lead to kidney failure. To avoid this, you should keep your salt intake below 2300 mg per day. 

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Drink Green Juice

Drinking green juice provides your kidneys with the nutrients they need to stay healthy. You can make a green juice using spinach, cucumber, lettuce, lemon juice 

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