Diabetic Kidney disease is the leading cause of kidney failure and chronic kidney disease and Diabetes is associated with an increased risk of dying from cardiovascular diseases, infections, and other causes. Sadly, in the course of their disease,40% of patients with Type II Diabetes will develop Diabetic kidney disease. However, 2 of the most important risk factors for diabetic kidney disease-hypertension and hyperglycemia- are modifiable. Eating a whole food plant-based diet, rich in fruits and vegetables, and low in carbohydrates and fat can help in controlling your blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Add some exercise to it and you can get wonderful results.
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