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Imbalance of Kidney is defined as a health condition of Kidney Qi Deficiency, Yin Deficiency, Yang Deficiency or Jing Deficiency.
Kidney, in traditional Chinese medicine is defined as a organ in charge of storing kidney essence (jing), will, determination, and power of memory, water distribution, bone marrow, spinal marrow, and brain marrow, graping qi and bladder as well as hearing , and 2 private parts.
Deficiency of kidney yin can distort the function of kidney in water distribution, growth, leading to damp- heat and moving fluid and qi upward.

I. Symptoms
1. Dizziness
2. Poor memory
3. Dry mouth
4. Sore back
5. Dark-scanty urine
6. Constipation
7. Night sweating
8. Poor hearing
9. Forgetfulness
10. Hair falls
11. Declining muscle mass
12. Hot palms and soles
13.
14. Tongue: Red, no coating with cracks
15. Pulse: Empty and rapid
16. Palpitations
17. Insomnia
18. Etc.

II. List of foods that can nourish the kidney yin includes
1. Kidney beans
2. Black sesame seeds
3. Protein of all sources
5. String beans
6. Grapes
7. Berries
8. Sea salt
9. Artichoke
10. Kelp
11. Potato
12. Tomato
13. Yam
14. Avocado
15. Lemon
16. Pear
17. Pineapple
18. Watermelon
19. Black beans
20. Coconut milk
21. All Fishes
22. Fresh water clam, and crab
23. Oyster
24. Beef
25. Pork
26. Pork kidney
27. Chicken egg
28. Honey
29. Goose
30. Duck
31. Etc.

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“Let Take Care Your Health, Your Health Will Take Care You” Kyle J. Norton
I have been studying natural remedies for disease prevention for over 20 years and working as a financial consultant since 1990. Master degree in Mathematics, teaching and tutoring math at colleges and universities before joining insurance industries.

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