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Juvenile nephronophthisis is an inherited autosomal recessive disease, inducing multiple cysts at the corticomedullary junction and medulla in Juvenile around age of 13. According to Dr. Wolf MT, Nephronophthisis (NPHP) is an autosomal recessive cystic kidney disease and is one of the most common genetic disorders causing end-stage renal disease (ESRD) in children and adolescents(*).Therefore, smoothie with ingredients of Cooked Tomato, Peanut and Olive showed effectively in treatment of polycystic kidney disease, through clinical trials and studies, may also induce significant effect for treatment of Juvenile nephronophthisis.
1/2 cup peanut
1/4 cup olive
1 cup rice milk
Vitamin B3 , also known as niacin, is a water-soluble vitamin.Vitamin B3 found abundantly in peanut may benefit patient with polycystic kidney disease(2). According to C.J. Janovy, administration of Vitamin B3 to a neonate, toddler or adolescent will effectively prevent or delay cyst formation and can be used for a lifetime(2).
Retinoic acids all-trans retinoic acid (AT-RA) and 9-cis retinoic acid (9C-RA) with function as of vitamin A suppressed the activation of the poly cystic kidney disease-1 (PKD1) promoter in's attenuated the diseases' progression(7).
Life style and diet pattern change are necessary.
(3) [Vitamin B3 to prevent autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease].[Article in French] by Al Adlouni A1, Hertig A2.(PubMed)