Can i increase my gfr?

So, you want to know if you can improve your Glomerular filtration rate (GFR), eh? Well buddy, the good news is that it’s indeed possible! While some might argue that improving one’s kidney function isn’t possible, don’t worry—we don’t believe in impossibilities here.

In this article, we’ll be looking at ways of increasing your GFR—and nope, we’re not going to give you any superstitious or unverified tips; we’ll be sharing science-backed solutions. So fasten your seat belts and get set for a wild ride!

What does GFR mean?

Let’s start with the basics. Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) is a test used by medical practitioners to assess how well one’s kidneys are functioning. It measures how much blood passes through tiny filters in the kidneys every minute.

Gotcha! That was technical right? In layman terms though: when substances from our body pass through our kidneys like water and waste products they aren’t automatically expelled out of our bodies—for these materials to leave our system there are hundreds of mini filters in each individual’s kidney which helps filter & clean everything up so as to obtain purest form urine without impurities—just think about it as more sophisticated version of Brita Filters people use for getting pure water 😜

The average person has roughly between 90-120 milliliters per minute while perfectly healthy individuals have range anywhere between 130 -140 ml/min—the higher the number—the better off You’re

Now let’s move on how You could go about Improving it….

Exercise Regularly

You thought exercise is only meant for chiseled abs and weight loss? Nah nah my friend…the benefits of exercising cannot be overstated. Asides from glowing skin & toned physiques its also One key method of increasing body’s GFR—now that’s what I’m talking about!

Studies show that regular aerobic exercise, especially endurance sports such as swimming or cycling can improve your GFR. This is because it helps to increase blood flow through the kidneys (did you know kidneys are super important?) which helps hasten up the filtering process.

Say No To Certain Medications

While prescription medication may often be necessary in treating certain ailments & illnesses, some medication cats bad Juju with Your kidney function and could possibly hinder/optimize efforts to increase ones’ numbers

Some of these high-blood pressure medications/diuretics do a good job placing fatal blows on our dear “G-d-Goals” 😉

Always make sure you ask your healthcare provider if any prescription meds you’re taking might negatively impact Your GFR

Eat More Fruits and Veggies

I know Cindy from accounting has been yapping on about eating green veggies for weeks now but hear me out–eating fruits vegetables carries essential vitamins,minerals fibre content~ Building better habits around nutrition need not be tedious eat_🍅g g⭕️⭕️d 🥦stuff should actually be quite enjoyable!

Certain fruits have also been linked to Improved Kidney Function:~


Not only tantalizingly moist during sweltering summer days; this fruit suppresses inflammation within those beloved filters themselves ✨ making watermelon more than just a thirst-quenching liaison. All You’ll have to do is enjoy it whole or blend into delicious summertime drinks without load of sugar that usually comes with store-bought products.

          Cranberries/Red Berries

Superfood cranberries contain antioxidant rich polyphenol which reduces risks towards infections while excessively used Fruit juices or supplements should still either way come in close contact with medical personnel Before taking them .

           Apples,pineapples,citrus all-star Vitamin C...what’s not to love folks?!

Keep Your Blood Sugar and Blood Pressure in Check

It’s no news that hypertension (Fancy name for High blood pressure) and diabetes can cause severe damage to the kidneys, which consequently leads a lower GFR. Hypertension is known to damage cells within walls of those delicate filters which makes them less functional over time. This is why it’s crucial you keep these under control as much as possible.

If your doctor recommends medication such as ACE inhibitors, take them exactly as directed; if lifestyle changes are needful e.g more exercise or Better dietary choices -do just that 😌

Even if You’re struggling with self discipline …it could always seems impossible until done—so go do something about it Buddy!💪🏾

Limit Sodium Intake

Remember how we talked about watermelon above , same antioxidant contained also helps reducing Swelling-inflammatory response among nodes —just like eating healthy food above sodium level must also be monitored

to help increase gfr drink more fluid have salt alternatives . Try cutting down/avoiding table salt use other methods eg lemon 🔥or 🌿on salads & vegetables 🍆 ~”When One Lessen The Salt/Shallowness Of Their Diet..It Shall Prove Useful In Increasing Ones Numbers”


Alrighty frenzies 🙂 let us review our tricks one last time: Exercise Regularly!! No harmful medications!!! Maintaining a good diet– minimal interring of total fructose-containing foods Reducing sugar intake⚡️ Plus especially potassium-rich fruits Fruits🥭? –Give Them To Me Now ☺️ Lastly keeping tabs on the BP/Blood Glucose !! Oh yas… And utilizing “salt-less” salts

Balancing Life Successfully Has Never Been More Enjoyable😊

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