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Kidneys are the natural body "filter" helping to remove toxins and excess water from the blood by filtering 200 litres of blood daily and eliminating through urine many substances such as pharmaceutical. In renal patients, the kidneys lose the ability to efficiently filter out blood and eliminate completely the water and toxic substances in urine, resulting in the absence of balance of the components in the blood.

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World Kidney Day is a global awareness campaign aiming at informing the public on kidneyhealth issues. More specifically, this year World Kidney Day is celebrated on March 9,andthe theme for the 2017 World Kidney Day campaign isobesity with focus on informing the medical community and the public about the harmful effects of obesity in relation to kidney disease.

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According to the World Health Organization, obesity is defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may repair health. Obesity is the phenotypic feature of metabolic syndrome (also referred to as dysmetabolic syndrome), which is characterized by insulin resistance, hyperinsulinemia and dyslipidemia. The metabolic syndrome contributes to the development of type II diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. 

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What is the function of the kidneys?

The kidneys are two organs that work together to maintain homeostasis-balance of the body so that all body cells function properly in a healthy and balanced environment. To accomplish this, the kidneys perform the following specific functions

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Since the 1990s, at least 45% of patients who undertook chronic dialysis treatments for the renal replacement therapy each year in the United States aged over 65. This rate is increasing every year and the same trend appears throughout the world. The relative age-related increase in the prevalence of CKD is equally impressive in Europe’s population as well, with minor differences among countries.

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