Hi When I found out I was at stage 5, I started taking a drink called "GoldenStandarsKidneyStuff" if you type that in you'll go to the site, I also started a power antioxidant at the same time, within months I 'm at stage 3 off the dialysis and transplant list. I'm 60 years and a diabetic. Good luck VinnyView Thread
Has anyone used "Golden Standards Kidney Stuff" to help your kidney's fundtions? I've been on it for about16 months, I was at stage 5, being set to be hooked up to dialysis and sent to Yale to get on the Kidney transplant list. Within 2 weeks of starting this product and antioxidants, I went from stage 5 to stage 4, removing me from the Dialysis and transplant list. I'm now at stage 3, hoping to improve more as time goes on. Anyone with other useful information? VinnyView Thread
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