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Controlling blood sugar levels is blood is crucial to avoid kidney disease. Diabetes is the number 1 cause of kidney disease in the United States. This is called Diabetic Kidney Disease.
In this video, I give a very simple explanation of how high glucose levels in the blood can damage the kidney.
**(This is a very simple explanation with very little to no difficult terminology.)
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Diabetes can harm the kidneys by causing damage to: Blood vessels inside your kidneys. The filtering units of the kidney are filled with tiny blood vessels. Over time, high sugar levels in the blood can cause these vessels to become narrow and clogged.
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