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Asparagus has a surprisingly high fluid content, which makes it an important ally in the battle against kidney infections and disorders, including Bright’s Disease. Having high fluid content in your food means that your body’s fluid balance is normal, and the kidneys can function without interruption. It also prevents edema from forming, or any excess toxin build-up in the kidney. Essentially, asparagus functions as a diuretic, ensuring that the body is regularly flushed out. Furthermore, this vegetable can help to eliminate excess protein from the body, which can exacerbate Bright’s Disease. Protection Status
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