March is Kidney Month……are you drinking enough water to keep your kidneys clean?
The kidneys are a pair of organs located on each side of the abdomen. They filter waste products and blood. The waste is then sent through the ureters (tubes) to the bladder and passed out of the body as urine. Kidneys also produce hormones that control blood pressure.
For those with kidney disorders it is important to drink 2 litres of clean filtered water daily to help flush out toxins and to keep organs hydrated. Lack of water intake promotes kidney stone formation. Anyone who has suffered with kidney stones knows this is not a pleasant experience! Read More »