Kibow Biotech Protocol

Renadyl™ Protocol

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Indications and usage: Renadyl™ has been formulated as an adjunct dietary supplement to support the body’s natural physiological processes for restoring and maintaining kidney function. The proprietary blend of probiotics and prebiotics has been scientifically formulated and clinically tested to reduce nitrogenous waste metabolites in the bowel to assist in stabilizing the estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) and helps support kidney function.*

Mechanisms of action: Renadyl™ combines specific probiotic microbes to help support the metabolization of nitrogenous wastes (including urea, uric acid, creatinine, indoles, phenols, nitrosamines, and others) that diffuse from the bloodstream into the bowel.

Dosage and administration: With the improved Renadyl™ formulation, take 1-2 capsules twice daily with a meal, or as suggested by your healthcare professional. It is important to note that Renadyl™ should be used for a full three months to receive its full benefits.

Side effects: Probiotics are generally regarded as safe for consumption. The gel cap product is more efficacious when taken immediately after each meal. If they occur, side effects are mild, such as gas (also called flatulence), and usually disappear after 2 or 3 weeks of continuous usage. Our product is manufactured in a cGMP facility that also processes products containing peanuts, tree nut seeds, grains, eggs, crustaceans, and dairy products.

Important information: Renadyl™ is FULLY STABLE without refrigeration for at least 2 weeks and maintains effectiveness without cold shipping. However, upon receiving, please store Renadyl™ in your refrigerator between 39 – 45 ° F (4-8° C) to maintain maximum effectiveness. Do not freeze.



1-2 capsules daily after meals

Each capsule contains 45 Billion CFUs and is in a protective acid-resistant capsule.


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