10 Things You Might Not Know About the Kidneys | The Cooking Doc®

Why is it so vital to keep your kidneys healthy?
What exactly does the kidneys do?
Today I am going full teacher mode to go over some fun facts about the kidneys you may have never heard.

One of my goals as a kidney doctor and as the Cooking Doc is to give you the tools, through what you eat and managing your day-to-day life, to keep your kidneys healthy. It is so important to know the functions of the kidneys because these body workhorses can impact you from your head to your toes and everything in between.

Watch the video now to learn these 10 fascinating facts.

Content Chapters:
00:00 - Introduction
00:29 - Kidneys Filter Waste
00:48 - Perfect Fluid Balance
01:12 - Help Make Blood Cells
01:44 - Keeping Electrolytes in Check
02:14 - Processing Blood
02:32 - Regulate Blood Pressure
03:14 - Help Make Activated Vitamin D
03:28 - Maintain Bone Health
04:11 - Glomeruli
04:54 - Maintain Acid & Base Balance in Blood
05:33 - Conclusion

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