High Creatinine in the Blood
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i’m going to talk about what does it mean if youxa0 have high creatinine in your blood okay so i’m just going to show you all the reasons why thisxa0 could be now there’s something called creatine that converts to creatinine which is a wastexa0 product that’s supposed to be through the urine but when it’s backing up into the bloodxa0 that means there potentially could be a kidney problem but there’s other reasonsxa0 as well but creatine in general helps recycle atp which is an energy currency in yourxa0 muscles and your brain it’s involved in muscle metabolism also a lot of people takexa0 it for exercise performance so when you have high levels of creatinine in your blood but it’sxa0 low in the kidney it could be number one kidney damage okay it could also be you’re taking an acexa0 inhibitor now there’s other medications too that can create this effect i didn’t talk about thosexa0 i wanted to talk about the most common reasons now intense exercise because you’re breakingxa0 down muscle you may have high creatine in your blood it doesn’t mean there’s a kidneyxa0 problem at all it just means you’re exercising and you’re breaking down that compound nowxa0 the more muscle mass that you have the more creatinine you’re going to have as well nowxa0 this next thing is probably more relatable to more people that are doing keto a lot of timesxa0 they’ll do maybe too much protein but dietary meat especially if it’s cooked it could potentiallyxa0 create high levels of creatinine in your blood simply because when you heat the meat it convertsxa0 creatine to creatinine okay it’s non-pathogenic it’s not a problem you just might want to lowerxa0 the amount of meat that you eat then you have creatine supplements if you’re taking this forxa0 performance or you’re a bodybuilder or whatever if you’re having too much that may end up in thexa0 blood too it’s non-pathogenic it’s not a problem you might want to just lower the amounts all rightxa0 there you have it the six reasons why you may have higher levels of creatinine in your blood beforexa0 you go if you have a question about a product or you’re new to keto and you want to knowxa0 how to begin keto or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going as smooth ixa0 have a keto consultant standing by to help you this is just for the people in the us hopefully inxa0 the future we’ll be able to answer everyone’s call but i put the number down below soxa0 you can call and get some help you
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Do you have high levels of creatinine in the blood, but it’s low in the kidneys? Here are a few reasons why this may be happening.
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What does it mean if you have high creatinine in your blood? There is something called creatine that converts to creatinine, which is a waste product. It’s supposed to go through the urine, but if it’s backing up into the blood, this can mean that there could potentially be a kidney problem or something else going on.
Creatine, in general, helps recycle ATP (an energy currency). Many people take creatine for their exercise performance.
A few causes of high creatinine in the blood (but it’s low in the kidneys):
1. Kidney damage
2. Ace inhibitors
3. Intense exercise
4. More muscle mass
5. Too much dietary meat (cooked)
6. Creatine supplements
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