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MAIN BODY FUNCTION
The urinary system for exercises and full workout filters and eliminates waste liquids. The kidneys, a pair of highly efficient filters, cleanse approx. 1 litre of blood per minute (adults). Blood enters the kidneys via the renal artery which transfers blood via millions of capillaries (glomerulus) under high pressure into a capsule (Bowman’s). Red and white cells, fat and protein molecules and platelets are too large to pass into the Bowman’s capsule; they bypass and re-enter the bloodstream via the renal vein.
Plasma containing water, amino acids, glucose, salts and urea can pass into the capsule and then through the long system of tubes (tubule), the next filtration stage of the kidneys. Nearly 99% of the water and all the nutrients are re-absorbed into the bloodstream. The remaining substances are mainly
water (96%); solids (2%), chlorides, phosphates, sulphates and oxalates; and urea (2%), the end product of protein digestion. All these substances plus toxins and some drugs are passed from the kidneys via the urine.
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Potassium cleanses the kidneys, regulates the body’s water balance.
Magnesium maintains minerals in a soluble state, preventing kidney stones.
Sodium also regulates the body’s water balance with potassium Manganese for the formation of urea.
Vitamin A protects against inflammation of the prostate gland and kidney stones. Vitamin B6 protects against kidney stone formation.
Choline for healthy kidneys.
Vitamin C protects against inflammation of the urinary system caused by phosphatic crystals, as it can dissolve the crystals.
Vitamin E stimulates the elimination of urine and may benefit reduction of oedema.
NOTE: d.v. refers to the daily value for women 25-50 years, refer to RDI chart for adult male and child values.