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    Kidney Supplements


    What are good kidney supplements to take that help flush toxins out and just help the kidney after a m1t cycle or such, i take goldenseal on a regular basis to help get rid of toxins any other suggestios?

    i believe cranberry extract is good also?

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    Reg cranberry juice will do a superb job. There isnt much more.

    BTW M1T can have an effect on ur kidney, but maybe ur possibly thinking,. liver? Thats what it rlly hurts.
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    Yeah, your main concern should be your liver after m1t.
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    The kidneys and the liver are the two major filters of the body so it's always a good idea to cleanse both organs.

    ...also many have complained about lower back pain from using M1T which is where the kidneys reside.
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    I myself have wondered why everyone is so concerned about just the liver. The kidney I feel is in danger as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryansm
    I myself have wondered why everyone is so concerned about just the liver. The kidney I feel is in danger as well.
    ...exactly
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    It may be in danger but from the blood panels we've seen there's been no indication of a rise in urea or other parameters that would redflag the kidneys.

    Taking anti-oxidants or doing an organ cleanse is never really a waste of time though..be kind to the body so you can abuse it in constructive ways like BBing.
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    bioman, did I sense a little sarcastic humor there

    ...no but seriously that's good to know. There's nothing like having those blood analysis tests done.
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    Kidnney supplements are scam, read this:

    http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2004/08/pvt.htm

    Pinnacle Marketing, LLC ("Ultra Carb")

    Pinnacle Marketing, LLC, based in Biddeford, Maine, marketed a purported weight loss system called "Ultra Carb" consisting of two tablets: a "carb blocker" with white kidney bean extract, chromium picolinate, and other ingredients; and a "fat blocker" with chitosan. Pinnacle's advertisements claimed that Ultra Carb would block the absorption of carbohydrates and fat in the body, enabling users to lose a substantial amount of weight - as much as 20 pounds and two to three dress or pant sizes in one month - without diet or exercise. Pinnacle advertised Ultra Carb in radio ads broadcast in metropolitan areas including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston; through ads in newspapers such as The Washington Post and the Detroit Free Press; in panel advertisements on television Interactive Programming Guides; and with an Internet coupon. Pinnacle sold a two-month supply of Ultra Carb directly to consumers for $99.95, plus shipping and handling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sicosico
    Kidnney supplements are scam, read this:

    http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2004/08/pvt.htm

    Pinnacle Marketing, LLC ("Ultra Carb")

    Pinnacle Marketing, LLC, based in Biddeford, Maine, marketed a purported weight loss system called "Ultra Carb" consisting of two tablets: a "carb blocker" with white kidney bean extract, chromium picolinate, and other ingredients;
    I think the discussion here is regarding the human kidney, not white kidney bean extract supplements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverSurfer
    I think the discussion here is regarding the human kidney, not white kidney bean extract supplements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sicosico
    Kidnney supplements are scam, read this:

    http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2004/08/pvt.htm

    Pinnacle Marketing, LLC ("Ultra Carb")

    Pinnacle Marketing, LLC, based in Biddeford, Maine, marketed a purported weight loss system called "Ultra Carb" consisting of two tablets: a "carb blocker" with white kidney bean extract, chromium picolinate, and other ingredients; and a "fat blocker" with chitosan. Pinnacle's advertisements claimed that Ultra Carb would block the absorption of carbohydrates and fat in the body, enabling users to lose a substantial amount of weight - as much as 20 pounds and two to three dress or pant sizes in one month - without diet or exercise. Pinnacle advertised Ultra Carb in radio ads broadcast in metropolitan areas including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston; through ads in newspapers such as The Washington Post and the Detroit Free Press; in panel advertisements on television Interactive Programming Guides; and with an Internet coupon. Pinnacle sold a two-month supply of Ultra Carb directly to consumers for $99.95, plus shipping and handling.
    To prevent any misunderstandings:
    I don't believe Pinnacle Marketing, LLC is the same Pinnacle that makes products such as NOX2...Bodyonics is the actual company and they're d.b.a. is Pinnacle, plus they don't have a product called Ultra Carb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryansm
    I myself have wondered why everyone is so concerned about just the liver. The kidney I feel is in danger as well.
    Ur whole body is basically in danger after such strong synthetic hormones.
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    thanks for the replies ,yah i knew liver was a concern but after doing google searchs before posting the thread i was like if it pass's through the liver,toxins are still being released into the blood stream and it still goes to the kidney
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    Cucumber


    Juice of 1 cucumber empty stomach in the morning works for me .
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