Losing weight may protect, improve kidney function

09/18/2009 | Reuters

Data from 13 studies showed obese adults with kidney disease who lost weight had reduced excess excretion of protein in the urine, a hallmark of kidney damage. Researchers said weight loss may also prevent further kidney function decline in obese adults with kidney disease.

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