Renal N - fights oxidative stress, lower blood pressure, and the production of nitrogenous compounds.
changes the composition and activity of the intestinal microflora;
increases the production of volatile fatty acids (butyric, propionic) and promotes the development of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli, while reducing the presence of pathogenic bacteria, including clostridia;
reduces the availability of substrates useful for the metabolism of pathogenic bacteria, thereby reducing the synthesis of toxins resulting from the digestion of proteins (ammonia, indole, phenol, aliphatic amines, sulfur compounds);
regulates microflora, improving the growth of saprophytic bacteria;
reduces the synthesis of indoxyl sulfate and P-cresol, two important uremic toxins;