Kibow

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Kibow specializes in the development and commercialization of innovative probiotic/prebiotic dietary supplements for kidney health and general wellness to help promote a healthy kidney function for veterinary and human applications. Kibow has two scientifically formulated and clinically validated products on the market: Azodyl®, for cats and dogs with moderate to severe kidney failure (licensed exclusively to Vetoquinol SA, Paris (VETO: EN) since July 2006) and Renadyl™, for humans which has been, proven and tested in clinical studies, to stabilize and/or reduce uremic toxins. Since 2010 Renadyl’s™ unique “enteric toxin reduction” formulation has been marketed via on-line sales and has steadily gained recognition and acceptance among many healthcare providers and kidney failure patients internationally. The technology is based on balancing and stabilization of the “Gut Microbiome” with our proprietary formulation of pro and prebiotics.  Kibow has a registered USPTO trade mark Enteric Dialysis® and 23 approved patents internationally.

Renadyl™ – For Chronic Kidney Disease suitable for all stages and those awaiting kidney transplants

Kibow Flora™ – A multistrain highly specific formulation for boosting intestinal and immune health, particularly, beneficial for the ageing consumer

Kibow Fortis® – A multifiber pro and prebiotic product for natural general wellness, digestive and immune health, satiety and weight management; A single formulation that offers multiple benefits by comparison with most major well-known brands on the pharmacy shelves

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April 17, 2018

Kibow-logo_JPEG.jpg.large.1024x1024.jpegThis article reports the results of a short survey given to 600 Renadyl customers to ascertain how their GFR changed and the impact on their quality of life (QoL) after adding the dietary supplement Renadyl™ into their standard care of therapy​. … Read More

April 9, 2018

 

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In 1996, the question originated from Dr. Eli A Friedman’s article, “can the Bowel act as a kidney substitute in advance renal failure?” prior to the discovery of the gut microbiome. The bowel was recognized as an organ in 2004

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May 10, 2017

On-demand Webinar | Free

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We know a lot more now regarding the 23,000 human genes and also the 3.3 million genes coded by our gut microbiome. This webinar discusses the roles and interactions of all of these genes (genomics), their products (transcript

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May 9, 2017

gut-graphicDON’T MISS  the whitepaper: “What’s Your Gut Feeling? The gut microbiome and dysbiosis in health, disease, and healing” available NOW!

Authors: Natarajan Ranganathan, PhD, Usha Vyas and Kevin Hanlon

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February 22, 2017

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It is well-known that unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle leads to obesity. With, globalization and adaptation of the Western-style (fast food) diet, obesity has become a global epidemic problem. In turn, obesity

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February 1, 2017

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On-Demand Webinar | Free

In humans, the gastrointestinal tract represents a large microbial ecosystem, housing several trillion microbial cells. The human gut microbiome and its role in both health and disease has been researched extensively.

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