Human renal response to meat meal

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Journal: American Journal of Physiology – Renal Physiology

Publication Date: 04/1986

Summary: The response of eating a meat meal on kidney function was measured in 10 healthy volunteers. Kidney function (GFR) and renal blood/plasma flow increased in most (8/10) subjects, although the amount increase was not statistically significant.

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Eating a meat meal showed an increase in blood flow through the kidneys but it was not statistically significant.

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