Why The Kidney Is Vital

The Kidneys are a pair of organs in the abdomen that removes waste and extra water from the blood (as urine) and help keep chemicals such as sodium, potassium and calcium balanced in the body.
The Kidneys also remove acid that is produced by the cells in the body and maintain a healthy balance of water, salts, and minerals, helping to maintain balanced electrolyte levels, regulate blood pressure, remove drugs, release hormones that regulate blood pressure, as well as produce an active form of vitamin D that promotes strong, healthy bones and control the production of blood cells.
The Kidneys remain one of the important organs of the body and no one can survive once it ceases to function.
How do we take care of these important organs?
How do we dictate when it’s beginning to run into trouble and what are we expected to do? Join us on Sunday November 20, 2022 to listen to a team of experts who will inform you on all you need to know about your Kidneys.

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