Kidney Dysfunction is one of the critical issues which needs to be addressed. The urea level has been increased and it contains nitrogen and waste product in blood. It also comes due to the breakdown of protein in foods. Kidneys normally remove urea from the blood, and it also slows down the Kidney function. It should be noted the urea must be low.
The amount of Urea increases the kidney dysfunction and that will bring the increased rate of insulin resistance and impaired insulin secretion. Recently, in the published Journal Kidney International, there seems to be some significant because urea levels can be lowered through medication and diet.
According to the study, the team evaluated the records of 1.3 million adults without diabetes over a five year period, beginning in 2003. Among the diabetes patients, more than 9% of people had increased urea levels and they also have poor kidney function. 23% of people face some higher risk of developing diabetes.