how does the kidney use carbohydrates, lipids, proteins,and nucleic acids?

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Bananas for kidney problems?

You should definitely bring this to the attention of your doctor. Potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus and other minerals are critical for the proper function of your kidneys and their ability to keep the water balance of your blood, as well as their ability to remove toxins. If you have kidney ...

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I just had a similar problem I would be interested in knowing the answer. The doctor put me on 80mg of diovan which is an ace inhibitor to stop kidney damage but I am not sure what else to do. DO you have diabetes also?

How long for results of a lipid profile test

I'm not actually sure. I'd suggest asking your doctor. Good luck.

Boric Acid

Boric acid is a very weak acid, used to treat eye irritation and skin leisions. It is very soothing, and virtually non-reactive in the gut or serum. Bromide Sodium/Calcium is also a very weak alkali, known as an antacid that is virtually impossible to misuse even in very high concentrations.