Can Aloe Vera Juice Help Diabetic Nephropathy Patients2013-05-05 16:53
Can aloe vera juice help Diabetic Nephropathy patients? Diabetic Nephropathy is the leading cause of Chronic Renal Failure which needs dialysis or kidney transplant in the near future. People with Diabetic Nephropathy are usually suggested to keep reasonable diet to control the development. Now let’s see how aloe vera juice help Diabetic Nephropathy patients.
Aloe vera has been used in herbal medicines for thousands of years due to its healing, rejuvenating and soothing properties. Diabetic Nephropathy is a common complication of Diabetes, as to the treatment for Diabetic Nephropathy, it should include controlling Diabetes and treating kidney damage. Research suggests that intake of aloe vera juice can help improve blood glucose levels and therefore be useful in treating people with Diabetes. Moreover, aloe has been linked with decreased blood lipids in patients with abnormally high levels of these molecules in the blood.
So aloe vera juice can help Diabetic Nephropathy patients to some extent, though it is unable to deal with kidney damage caused by Diabetes. In addition to coping with Diabetes, aloe vera juice can help Diabetic Nephropathy patients support digestive system health, treat constipation and diminish inflammation, etc.
As to the kidney damage caused by Diabetes, Diabetic Nephropathy patients can try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It is a natural treatment which is based on Chinese herbal medicines. Its purposes are repairing kidney damage and enhance kidney function by extending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and providing nutrition for damaged kidneys. So Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy aims at saving kidneys themselves. Experts recommend Diabetic Nephropathy patients to learn more about Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy.
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