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Question by  ian (27)

Is corn really a treatment for kidney failure?


Answer by  Josh31 (28)

Kidney failure would simply be worsened by ingesting corn. The starches and sugars contained naturally within corn would promote further damage to the kidneys. Studies show that derivatives of corn like high-fructose corn syrup and corn oils have been directly linked to kidney damage and failure. While corn has many uses, treating kidney failure is not one of them.


Answer by  Joshhughes (24)

Corn by itself is not a treatment for kidney failure, however, it can be included in one's diet as a vegetable to aid in good kidney health. Digesting corn silk, more specifically, can help build up the kidney's health by supplying much needed detoxifying nutrients in the form of uric acid.


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

No,definitely it will lead to very serious problem. Only allopathy tratment alone can help you. Doctors may advice you to take corn as food not as medicine. Do not pay ears to all rumours and suffer endlessly. Get immediate treatment from a well established physician. If you take corn as a treatment then even god may fail helping you.


Answer by  KIndiraNarasimham (142)

Drinking sugary soda is linked to kidney diseasemost likely due to the high fructose corn syrup that sweetens the drinks. women who drink two or more cans of soda per day are nearly twice as likely to show early signs of kidney disease as women who do not drink soda.

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