Creatinine Levels and Your Kidneys

Creatinine levels measure how well your kidneys are working. Creatinine can be measured in your blood or your urine. Low creatinine in the urine usually points to a decreased kidney function. So do high blood levels of creatinine. What do abnormal creatinine levels mean? They only mean that your kidneys are not working optimally. If this is the first time a doctor has ordered a creatinine test, you probably don’t experience any physical symptoms yet. However, it is important to restore normal kidney function quickly, because all kidney diseases, including CKD and renal failure are progressive in nature.

How to lower creatinine levels, completely restore kidney function and be healthy again?

Currently, the most effective way to lower creatinine levels and restore kidney function completely is described here by Duncan Capicchiano ND. In Duncan’s e-book you will learn exactly how to normalize creatinine levels quickly and prevent further kidney damage before it is too late. We have seen this process work even in patients who are in the latests stages of kidney disease. Once you apply it, your kidney function will quickly start improving and creatinine levels will be completely restored. Remember that this is not a magic pill or a miracle, but a simple and proven natural process, which anyone suffering from kidney disease can easily apply.

What levels of creatinine are considered normal and healthy? The normal levels of creatinine in adults are between 0.6 and 1.1 mg/dL. Based on how high your blood levels of creatinine are, your doctor will determine how impaired your kidney function is. Abnormal creatinine levels always point to a kidney problem, because there aren’t any other factors that can cause creatinine to be outside of the normal range.¬†Abnormal creatinine levels are a self-sustaining cycle, because high creatinine lowers renal function and vice-versa. This means that unless you put an effort to stop the progression of kidney disease, it will continue to get worse and worse over time.

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