How to Dissolve Kidney Stones (Part 1)
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Can you really dissolve kidney stones using natural and non-invasive methods? It all depends on the severity of the condition, but with only a few stones, this procedure can be a natural alternative to drug prescriptions.
There are cases when kidney stones recur even after a medical intervention. Most stones are either made of calcium oxalate, phosphate, or uric acid crystals. One way to avoid this from forming into painful stones in your body is by removing the oxalates from your diet.
It’s a by-product of the metabolic process and when paired with calcium, they turn into a bigger problem. In most cases, people low in citrates and high in oxalates can prevent the formation of these stones, ultimately breaking the kidney stones up, dissolving them in the process.
Taking in more citrus goodness like lemon juice or potassium citrate (better than sodium citrate) is one way. Another is by decreasing your oxalate intake, avoiding dietary calcium, and taking in vitamin D and k12 will aid in the absorption of calcium in the intestine and in the bones.
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