I have only just learned about IBT and it makes sense to me. I would like to know if anyone has experienced the effects of IBT on kidney failure with regard to regeneration of the nephrons and subsequent production of urine and filtering capacity.
I have seen amazing results with my Father while in hospital. He had advanced stage pancreatic cancer and we were told he only had hours to live. His legs ballooned with oedema and all of his organs had failed. He was in a coma on a flat bed.
I fought the Dr's and nurses to tilt his bed and won. His urine began to run clear on the incline. The thick brown tar from oxidised blood in his catheter bag changed to normal urine within an hour.
Dad came out of the coma soon after and began walking around the ward telling people his poems. He walked out of the hospital and enjoyed a further 8 months of good life, astounding the Dr's.
Roger Kirk was the first person with ms to tilt his bed. He had a rapidly failing renal transplant. This improved at 10% a month.
As for determining if nephrons do regenerate, it is beyond my scope and would require a huge investigation under medical supervision. Hope you understand my limitations.
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No direct experience but John Armstrong author of a little book, The Water of Life (1944), who advocated and used fasting alongside urine therapy in the years 1918 - 1944, before free healthcare in the UK, relaid several stories about kidney disease and that it was difficult and lengthy to self repair the kidneys, but possible as he saw patients cured of “Bright’s disease”. So my instincts tell me that IBT will help alongside diet (ketosis) and proper hydration.