Nutrition & Kidney Failure by Brooke Goldner, M.D.

I have published some of my experience using nutrition to reverse end stage kidney failure. What I have discovered using the Goodbye Lupus Protocol, is that the kidneys have a remarkable ability to recover from inflammatory illness with the right nutrition, and even the smallest amount of the wrong foods can cause an immediate drop in function.

IMPORTANT: While removing animal protein is important for kidney failure, making a lot of dietary changes can be dangerous with kidney failure because of the inability to properly eliminate or filter electrolytes. If you have kidney failure, you NEED the right oversight – your doctor may have put you on water restriction or a potassium/oxalate , restricted diet. If you are on coumadin your doctor will need to change your dosage to accommodate your diet or change the medicine. I strongly recommend you work with me directly under these circumstances to adjust, personalize and optimize the protocol for your personal level of kidney function and health status under the supervision of your nephrologist.

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2 thoughts on “Nutrition & Kidney Failure by Brooke Goldner, M.D.

  1. Hello Dr Goldner! I adapted the massive green smoothie (only 1/2 banana, 1 c wild blueberries, a handful of pineapple with spirulina and Barley grass) to my diet a few months ago. I love it, but in that time my GFR dropped from 99 to 73!? It’s continued this low for 3 months now… I’m only 30 and I’ve never had issues with my kidneys before and I’m now terrified to continue. I’ve had autoimmune like issues for some time…maybe it’s begun attacking? Any advice? I’ve been on the AIP diet with very little animal protein (protein in blood is high end normal).

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