Garlic

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Garlic doesn’t seem closely related to kidney function, but the versatile nature of this herb might surprise you! Garlic has a number of powerful antioxidants, including its famous active ingredient allicin, that can affect many different parts of the body. In fact, garlic has the ability to improve fluid balance in the body, which reduces strain on the kidneys, in addition to preventing water retention. Edema is one of the major and often painful symptoms of Bright’s Disease, so if you are suffering from this condition, add some garlic to your diet, as it can also seek out the underlying infection and neutralize it.

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