1. Famous for its ability to supply deep juice, especially to the reproductive organs, shatavri is a key herb for staying hydrated.
  2. Drink water at room temperature.
  3. Nourish your cells with essential fatty acids found in hemp, borage, flax and evening primrose.
  4. Take high quality digestives like tulsi and cinnamon, which work on the level of the organs, especially the kidneys and the nervous system.
  5. Also try herbs that can deeply restore and reorganize kidney and adrenal function, like Kutki (Picrorhiza kurroa), Bhumyamalaki (Phyllanthus niruri) and Punarnava.
  6. Support kidney health with anti-stress adaptogens, as stress is usually the main factor in attenuated kidney function.
  7. Load up on herbs with the innate intelligence of hydration, like shatavri, aloe gel, chia, licorice, cinnamon, and slippery elm.
  8. Focus on a “high-nutrient density,” which essentially comes from a plant-based diet, with an emphasis on a fresh, moderately-cooked, organic and biodynamic, whole-food plant-based diets.
  9. Pay attention to portions. The optimal meals include daily portions of the high protein deep greens like kale and collards, fresh herbs like parsley and coriander, gluten free grains including quinoa, and metabolism boosting fats like flax. 

  10. Add potent antioxidant turmeric to your smoothies, marinations and sautéed veggies.