Is KETO Bad for Your KIDNEYS?? (Recent News Proves It?) 2020

Keto has been blamed for the passing of an Indian Actress. Is KETO bad for your kidneys, and does it lead to kidney failure as the news tells us? This video will help you understand what’s going on with the ketogenic diet and your kidney health.

Is too much protein in your diet bad for your kidneys? Is there research to support this? Don’t be fooled by the myths and fads in the media and in your doctor’s office. Human physiology is very clear on the point of eating fat and protein for your kidneys.

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