Avocado

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One of the aggravating factors that can make Bright’s Disease worse or even bring it about in the first place, is an excess of proteins. Studies have found that avocados, while high in certain types of proteins, do not affect Bright’s Disease patients in a negative way, but the other minerals and nutrients of this fruit are very beneficial. You need to promote speedy healing and rapid repair of damaged cells following a serious kidney infection, and avocados can provide that. You can eat one avocado per day if suffering from Bright’s Disease for great results on kidney optimization.

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