Since kidneys make urine, the earliest symptoms of kidney disease you can try to observe revolve around urination.
Common earliest signs involve urinating more frequently (pale urine) or less often (dark colored urine) than usual. Urinating may be difficult and your urine may contain blood.
Another early symptom to monitor is swelling. Deteriorating kidneys are unable to remove extra fluid which accumulates in your body causing puffiness in the hands, ankles, feet, face, particularly the eyes, etc.
Unfortunately, experts agree that there are usually few or no symptoms at all that you can feel very early on the disease.
Kidney problems start silently and often go on with zero warning signs you can recognize. And even if you’re actively monitoring kidney trouble, the indications are just too general such as:
The fact that you’re interested in the earliest symptoms of kidney disease tells me that you’re proactive and are looking to protect your kidneys from harm. For that, you’re going to love coconut oil!
There is evidence that suggests Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA) abundant in coconut oil can help protect your kidneys and keep them functioning properly, as what happened to Selina Sayong who suffered from kidney and liver failure.
After a transplant in 1994, her body rejected the new kidney in 2000. Desperate, Selina agreed to be used as a guinea pig of sorts to see what coconut oil can do for her.
To her surprise, relief began in just two weeks when she started having regular bowel movements (constipation is common with dialysis patients). She had an overall feeling of being "cleansed and detoxified."
Sayong still goes through dialysis but is full of life and bursting with energy. She works full time as a marketing and advertising consultant. She even started a business selling coconut products, and in her spare time, teaches motivational and wellness seminars.
MCFA-rich coconut oil could not reverse the permanent damage to her kidney. But nobody and nothing on this earth could stop her from living life to the fullest.