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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF)
BKF pioneered the treatment of renal failure and kidney diseases in the state of Karnataka.
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Aug 3
Replying to @bkf_india
Donate to enable a reassuring environment for patients today:
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Aug 3
Counselling & timely intervention are important aspects of . That's why, we ensure that patients & their families visiting our center can get all their queries addressed by qualified professionals at no extra cost.
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 29
"We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone." - Ronald Reagan. Donate towards someone's treatment today:
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Sanofi India Jul 19
We understand how tough life can get with the situation, esp. if you are living with . Hear Dr. Shruti T (Nephrologist, Global Hosp. Mum.) emphasize on the extra care & precaution needed to minimize the risk of infection.
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 27
A diet isn't just about identifying the right ingredients - it's about using them to create something healthy & flavourful! Check out the recipe for making roasted vegetable stock, which can be used as an alternative to cooking using water.
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 25
Jayalakshmi has been a patient for over 9 years. Her husband is a photographer & they have a young daughter as well. This has affected their source of income, but you can make a difference to their lives for the better. Donate today:
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 21
If you are a Chronic Kidney Disease () patient and have been advised by your doctor to reduce your phosphorous intake - white rice is better for you than the brown variety. Keep watching this space for more diet tips!
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 18
Young or old, kidney disease can happen to anyone. Kaniyappa is one of our oldest patients, but at 81, his zeal to live a long & healthy life inspires us all. Help us provide to Kaniyappa by donating towards his treatment:
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 15
Q: What causes stones? A: Several reasons can cause this - a high salt- low protein diet, inadequate hydration, family or personal history of kidney disease or certain medications and medical conditions.
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 13
Reducing salt intake is necessary if you have , but that can be tough, as salt is an essential ingredient for making your food tasty. There's an easy fix to this. Just sauté some onions with garlic in oil to enjoy your without compromising on flavour!
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 12
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" - . So eat right, stay active & limit the intake of alcohol & nicotine to keep your healthy.
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 9
While the heart is responsible for pumping blood throughout the human body, the kidneys do their fair share of work too! can filter a half-cup of blood per minute, which is approximately 170 litres of blood per day!
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 7
Manjula works as a housemaid, & has been struggling with finding work amidst the . She's been a patient for over 10 years, & despite her compromised health, continues to support her mother. Donate towards her treatment:
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 6
Embracing a plant-forward diet can decrease the odds of developing , as animal proteins usually contribute to their formation. Who knew that eating a salad could save you from some serious pain, right?
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jul 1
The doctors and healthcare staff that care for our patients are one the reasons why our center has remained infection free during the . We salute their tireless efforts!
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jun 30
We often hear about comorbidities like & mentioned in the same breath these days, so it is important to understand the connection between the two. This article correctly highlights why we need more research in this space.
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jun 29
Kids tend to ask baffling questions, & since serve the important function of ridding your body of harmful toxins, it's natural to wonder if having two of them is better than having one. Check out this blog for answers!
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jun 28
Fish like salmon, tuna, & trout contain omega-3 fatty acids, which help in reducing fat levels in the blood & lowering blood pressure. Since high blood pressure is one of the risk factors for acquiring disease, a diet rich in healthy fats can help protect your .
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jun 26
Replying to @anilkumble1074
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Bangalore Kidney Foundation (BKF) Jun 26
Replying to @ketto
You can also donate towards our cause .
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