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What are kidney stones?

The kidney stones in the urinary tract form in several ways. Calcium can combine with chemicals, such as oxalate or phosphorus, in the urine. This can happen if these substances become so concentrated that they solidify. Kidney stones can also be caused by a buildup of uric acid. The accumulation of uric acid is caused by the metabolism of proteins. Your urinary tract was not designed to expel solid matter, so it's no surprise that kidney stones are very painful to pass. Fortunately, they can usually be avoided through diet.

If you suffer from kidney stones, and you want to heal in a natural way, here is the solution offered by our experts.

Natural treatment

The  natural treatment to cure kidney stones consists of herbal teas. Herbal tea is a very effective natural remedy that helps cleanse the kidneys and evacuate kidney stones. It has already been proven in dozens of cases of healed kidney stones. This natural remedy is rich in minerals, proteins, vitamins and has diuretic properties, thus helping to promote kidney health and to treat your kidney stones. By increasing the flow of urine, our herbal tea entrains the small crystals and helps them pass through natural channels. At the same time, it strengthens the renal system. Finally, our herbal tea is rich in plants that fight diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure. When we know that these are the main causes of kidney stones, it is reassuring right away.

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What to eat and drink

If you're trying to avoid kidney stones, what you eat and drink is just as important as what you shouldn't eat or drink. Here are some important ground rules to keep in mind.

Stay hydrated

Fluids, especially water, help dilute the chemicals that form stones. Try to drink at least 12 glasses of water a day.

Increase your citrus intake

Citrus fruits and their juices can help reduce or block stone formation from natural citrate. Good sources of citrus fruits are lemons, oranges, and grapefruits.

Eat plenty of calcium (and vitamin D)

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If your calcium intake is low, oxalate levels may increase. It's best to get your calcium from foods rather than supplements, as these have been linked to kidney stone formation. Good sources of calcium include milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, and other types of cheese. Vegetarian sources of calcium include legumes, calcium tofu, dark green vegetables, nuts, seeds, and black molasses. If you don't like the taste of cow's milk, or if it doesn't agree with you, try lactose-free milk, fortified soy milk, or goat's milk. Also, be sure to include foods rich in vitamin D each day. Vitamin D helps the body to absorb more calcium. Many foods are fortified with this vitamin. It is also found in fatty fish, such as salmon, egg yolks and cheese.


Foods and Drinks to Avoid on a Kidney Stone Diet


Limit salt

High levels of sodium in the body can promote calcium build-up in the urine. Avoid adding salt to foods and check the labels of processed foods to see how much sodium they contain. Fast food can be high in sodium, just like regular restaurant food. When you are able, ask that no salt be added to anything you order on a menu. Also take note of what you drink. Some vegetable juices are high in sodium.

Reduce your intake of animal protein

Many sources of protein, such as red meat, pork, chicken, poultry, fish, and eggs, increase the amount of uric acid you produce. Eating large amounts of protein also reduces a chemical in the urine called citrate. The job of citrate is to prevent the formation of kidney stones. Alternatives to animal protein include quinoa, tofu (tofu), hummus, chia seeds, and Greek yogurt. Since protein is important for overall health, discuss how much you should eat daily with your doctor.

A plant-based diet may be ideal

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Eat oxalates wisely. Foods rich in this chemical can increase the formation of kidney stones. If you've had kidney stones in the past, you may want to reduce or completely eliminate oxalates from your diet. If you're trying to avoid kidney stones, see your doctor to determine if limiting these foods is enough. If you eat foods that contain oxalates, always make sure you eat or drink a source of calcium with them. This will help the  oxalate  to bind to calcium during digestion, before it reaches your kidneys. Foods high in oxalate include:

  • Chocolate
  • beets
  • nuts
  • tea
  • Rhubarb
  • spinach
  • Swiss chard
  • Sweet potatoes

Don't drink colas

Avoid cola drinks. Cola is high in phosphate, another chemical that can promote the formation of kidney stones.

Reduce or eliminate the intake of added sugar

Added sugars are sugars and syrups that are added to processed foods and drinks. The added sucrose and fructose can increase your risk of kidney stones. Keep an eye on how much sugar you eat, in processed foods like cakes, fruit, sodas, and juices. Other common names for added sugar include corn syrup, crystallized fructose, honey, agave nectar, brown rice syrup, and cane sugar.

Tips for a kidney stone diet

Having kidney stones increases your risk of finding them unless you actively work to prevent them. This means taking the medication that has been prescribed for you and watching what you eat and drink.

If you currently have stones, your doctor will perform diagnostic tests to determine your type. They will then prescribe a specific diet for you, such as the  DASH diet . Tips that will help you understand:

  • drink at least twelve glasses of water a day
  • drink citrus juices, such as orange juice
  • eat a food rich in calcium with each meal, at least three times a day
  • limit your intake of animal protein
  • eat less salt, added sugar, and products containing high fructose corn syrup
  • avoiding foods and drinks high in oxalates and phosphates
  • Avoid eating or drinking anything that dehydrates you, such as alcohol.

Kidney stones are usually a painful condition. Fortunately, diet can be an effective tool in managing and preventing kidney stones. Staying hydrated and avoiding certain foods high in salt and sugar, and pairing calcium with foods high in oxalate are important parts of a kidney stone diet.

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