Does kidney patient can drink chlorophyll water?

I think so. Chlorophyll, of course, is responsible for the green pigment in all our healthy greens. It has many purported health properties including rebuilding and replenishing red blood cells, being anti-carcinogenic, an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. I could find nothing about it being dangerous for kidney patients; it may prevent kidney stones. As with any supplement, also discuss with your doctor.

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Does drinking a lot of water slow cyst development in polycystic kidney disease patients?

No. Nothing has been proven to slow cyst development. There are drugs undergoing trials; octreotide, Everolimus and tolvaptan all working on different systems that are promising. Adpkd patients are told to drink fluids to decrease the risk of stone formation and utis, the kidneys are very large urine collects in larger areas with slower flow making these complications more likely. Read more...
Pkd. YES. Vasopressin is a natural hormone that promotes cyst enlargement. High fluid intake daily suppresses vasopressin and reduces cyst enlargement. Aim for 4-6 liters per day. Avoid caffeine. Read more...