What Can Damage Your Kidneys?

Salt and pepper shakers sit near a plate of food at a diner.
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Anti-inflammatory pain relievers are laid out in packets and bottles.
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Public washroom or bathroom sign hanging from the ceiling of Pearson International Airport.
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While kidneys usually filter through potassium levels, too much potassium can put a strain on kidneys. The same goes for phosphorus. People with weak or ailing kidneys have to limit the amount of potassium and phosphorus they consume. If you eat processed foods sparingly, you won’t have this problem.

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