why does a person has less urea in his urine when he is on a long hunger strike and surviving only on water?
Asked by imtiyazmulla68 | 30th Mar, 2018, 09:37: PM
Simple fact is that less protein, less ammonia, so less urea. Urea comes to kidney as a waste product from liver which is formed after the breakdown of protein fat, carbohydrate during hunger. It is not synthesized in our body.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 30th Mar, 2018, 11:34: PM
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