Kidney Disease Health Plan

The below plan is designed to provide relief for any kidney problems and to boost kidney health. When this is combined with a naturally healthy lifestyle, it’s possible for symptoms to improve and for good health to return, if the plan is followed consistently.


Your 4-8 Week Plan, From My eBook, by Robert Redfern

Supplements to support kidney health – in order of priority:

  1. Nascent Iodine – Iodine is essential for a complete healthy body. Take 5 drops x 3 times per day in 20ml of water, swish around the mouth for 30 seconds before swallowing. Build over 2 weeks to 15 x 3 until well and then slowly reduce back to 5 x 3. Take 1st dose one on waking, 2nd mid morning and 3rd mid afternoon. Note that Iodine needs a supplement containing Selenium to activate it, such as Active Life or D.I.P. Daily Immune Protection or B4Health Spray.
  2. BlockBuster AllClearTake 2 x 3 times per day, 30 mins before eating with water and reduce to 1×3 after a month. BlockBuster AllClear contains serrapeptase, nattokinase, protease and lipase. Serrapeptase gives powerful support to the digestive system and lowers inflammation.
  3. Curcuminx4000 – Take 1 capsule x 3 times per day with the Blockbuster. Curcumin provides powerful support and pain relief for digestive problems, the liver and gallbladder.
  4. Prescript Assist – Take 1 capsule x 2 times a day and then for maintenance at the rate of 1 every 3 days. This is a next generation clinically proven vegan probiotic supplement.
  5. B4 Health Spray – Take 6 sprays in the mouth daily. Supports healthy homocysteine levels, gives a healthy boost to the immune system and improves the absorption of B12.
  6. D.I.P Daily Immune Protection – Take 1 capsule, twice daily with food. Protects against infection and maintains a balanced immune system.
  7. Kidney Rescue – Take 2-5 tablets, 5 times per day, 6 days per week. Kidney Rescue cleanses the liver, while providing adrenal support.

Also take…

  • 6-8 Glasses of water per day with a pinch of bicarbonate of soda in each glass. (this is very important see attached)

Other Recommended Items

  • 1st Line Kit – This clears any infection remaining in the cells. Take 1 kit daily for 3 days (total of 3). 1st Line Kit should always be taken at least 90 mins before and after food, approximately. 3 kits are the minimum and in serious conditions 10 kits over 10 days are better if finances allow.

Your Recovery Food Plan and to Maintain Perfect Health (pH)

We have a food and lifestyle health recovery guide to support the above health plan in the ebook.

Click here to download the really healthy foods plan in the eBook to find out how changing your lifestyle can improve your health condition.


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  2. alan campbell

    August 9, 2015 at 6:47 pm

    Hello I am 70+ years and have had 3rd stage kidney disease for several years I am told you lose 1% per year at about age 60 and on. I also have atherosclerosis I take turmeric ,msm, niacin. d3 .chrome polynicotinate, lutein..hemp oil.alpaZXT,carnivora, magnesium potassium aspartate, relora neuromax 2, 5-htp adrenal health, vit C B-12 I take thyroid meds, beta blockers blood pressure. doxycycline for rosacea cinnamon bark for blood sugar.Serrpepitdase,papain.bromelain, focus factor. I have been experiencing water retention and severe left leg swelling with a very little In my right leg. I am also on 5.5 hydros and baclofen muscle relaxer. is there drug interaction going on and I don’t want to stop taking the insiderer doctors serrpepitdase formulation as I want to clear up the hardening of the arteries. Do you have any suggestions? alan csampbel

    • lindsayp

      August 19, 2015 at 3:34 pm

      Hi Alan,
      As there is a lot to consider there, please can you contact the Good Health Coaching Centre direct and we will be able to give you detailed support and help with your inquiry. Our free regular telephone/Skype coaching comes as standard with all our product info, health advice, and health plans, and will expand on, not just supplement and dietary info, but actual menus and real-time coaching instructions for you to follow to the letter, to get well!
      To take advantage of this global free support, please just submit your no-obligatory interest at, phone: (UK) 0800 802 1127 (US) 1-844-334-2262 or text our coaching mobile number: (UK) 07482 568066 with your information, or email with your details.
      Best of Health
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

  3. Jason Karamo

    May 29, 2017 at 2:19 pm

    I have been diagnosed with Stage 3 Kidney disease with a GFR of 58 at the ripe old age of 44 years old! I recently ordered serrepeptase 40,000 IU’s and I started taking a liter and a half of water with 1/2 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate with a 1/4 teaspoon of salt per day. However,I haven’t taken the serrepeptase yet as I want to make sure that it is safe to take.

    • Lindsay Powers

      May 31, 2017 at 2:58 pm

      Hi Jason, you are fine to introduce the serrapeptase at any point.
      Please download our full Kidney health ebook to help you further:
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

      • Jason Karamo

        June 3, 2017 at 7:06 pm

        Thank you very much Linda. Please pray for my recovery as well…I have high blood pressure and 3 Rd stage kidney disease and COPD. 2 questions Linda; is there anyway serrepeptase will take care of all 3 issues and will the sodium in the sodium bicarbonate raise my blood pressure? I looked online and found instructions to take a 1/4 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate and 1/4 teaspoon of salt for kidney disease..yet here it says take 6 glasses of water with a pinch of sodium bicarbonate no salt per day which should I do? Also I’m starting a juice fast and then a raw diet with only cod and salmon fish as my only meat is this safe? Please help me Linda.

        • Lindsay Powers

          June 5, 2017 at 9:46 am

          Hello Jason, yes serrapeptase can be used to support the underlying inflammatory processes of all the conditions you need help with. For best results, you need to combine it with a full lifestyle plan, to help in your recovery.
          The body needs salt in the diet to help produce sodium bicarbonate, which is essential to help maintain pH balance. Sodium bicarbonate also helps to neutralize acids that trigger chronic inflammation. If mineral salt levels are low then the body may not produce enough on its own. We recommend to add sea or rock salt to the diet, and to add a pinch of sodium bicarbonate to 6-8 glasses of water throughout the day. This is especially important for anyone tackling kidney disease. Monitor your blood pressure as you go along and follow the full lifestyle recommendation, with diet and exercise to help tackle this area naturally as well. We can help you with regular telephone/Skype health coaching by registering at
          Plus see our full range of ebooks here, with the expanded plans:
          I hope that helps
          Your Good Health Coaching Team

          • Jason Karamo

            August 13, 2017 at 8:18 am

            Thank you very much Linda!

  4. teri

    November 9, 2017 at 3:00 am

    I was diagnosed recently with stage 4 chronic interstitial nephritis my doctor is wanting me to start 40mgs a day of prednisone for an unknown amount of time! I have a real problem with the possible side effects that this can cause especially not knowing the cause! Would serrapeptase be a good alternative to the prednisone if so what doses? Thank you Teri

    • Lindsay Powers

      November 9, 2017 at 10:12 am

      Hello Teri, with interstitial nephritis there is inflammation of the kidney’s tubules and surrounding structures. One of the key benefits of Serrapeptase is its anti-inflammatory properties, which can help clear dead or inflamed tissues. Whilst we cannot advise on the appropriateness of the recommended medication, serrapeptase can be used as part of the full Kidney Health Plan to help tackle this inflammation. It can be used alongside medication if needed.
      I hope that helps
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

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