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Among women from the Nurses’ Health Study with mild renal insufficiency, high protein intake, particularly of animal origin, was associated with a more rapid than expected decline in kidney functioning (GFR). A causal connection has yet to be demonstrated. Proteinuria or spilling protein in the urine is associated with a more rapid decline in kidney functioning. It occurs when there are abnormal levels of protein in the urine. Normally, protein is not removed when the kidneys filter waste from the blood. However, when the kidneys are damaged protein leaks through the damaged filters and leaves in the urine, along with the waste. The appearance of protein in the urine may be the first sign of an otherwise silent kidney condition. Higher blood pressures eventually also leads to increasing kidney cyst size and diminished kidney function. polycystic kidney disease polycystic liver diseasecontact us
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