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What are kidney stones?

Kidney stones are hard mineral deposits that form inside your kidneys. They cause excruciating pain when they pass through your urinary tract.

Once you've had a kidney stone, you're 50% more likely to get another one in the next 10 years.

There is no sure way to prevent kidney stones, especially if you have a family history of the disease. A combination of diet and lifestyle changes, along with some herbal treatments, can help lower your risk.

How to prevent kidney stones naturally

Making small adjustments to your current diet and nutrition plan can go a long way in preventing kidney stones. If you suffer from kidney stones, and you want to heal in a natural way, here is the solution offered by our experts.

1. 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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2. Stay hydrated

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Drinking more water is the best way to prevent kidney stones. If you don't drink enough, your urine output will be poor. Low urine output means your urine is more concentrated and less likely to dissolve urine salts that cause stones.

Lemonade and orange juice are also good options. They both contain citrate, which can prevent stone formation.

Try to drink about eight glasses of fluid a day, or enough to pass two liters of urine. If you exercise a lot or sweat or have a history of cystine stones, you will need extra fluids.

You can tell if you are hydrated by looking at the color of your urine - it should be clear or pale yellow. If it is dark, you need to drink more.

3. Eat more foods rich in calcium

The most common type of kidney stone is calcium oxalate, which leads many people to believe that they should avoid eating calcium. The reverse is true. A diet low in calcium may increase your risk of kidney stones and your risk of osteoporosis.

Calcium supplements, however, can increase your risk of stones. Taking calcium supplements with a meal can help reduce this risk.

Low-fat milk, low-fat cheese, and low-fat yogurt are all good calcium-rich food options.

4. Eat less sodium

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A diet high in salt increases your risk of calcium kidney stones. According to some research, too much salt in the urine prevents the reabsorption of calcium from the urine into the blood. This causes a high level of calcium in the urine, which can lead to kidney stones.

Eating less salt helps keep urine calcium levels lower. The lower the urinary calcium, the lower the risk of developing kidney stones.

To reduce your sodium intake, read food labels carefully.

Foods known to be high in sodium include:

  • processed foods, such as chips and crackers
  • canned soups
  • canned vegetables
  • lunch meat
  • seasoning
  • foods containing monosodium glutamate
  • foods that contain sodium nitrate
  • foods that contain sodium bicarbonate (baking soda)

To flavor foods without using salt, try fresh herbs or a herbal seasoning mix without salt.

5. Eat fewer foods rich in oxalate

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Some kidney stones are made from oxalate, a natural compound found in foods that bind to calcium in urine to form kidney stones. Limiting foods high in oxalate can help prevent stone formation.

Foods rich in oxalates are:

  • spinach
  • Chocolate
  • Sweet potatoes
  • coffee
  • beets
  • peanuts
  • Rhubarb
  • soy products
  • bran

Oxalate and calcium bind together in the digestive tract before reaching the kidneys, so it is more difficult to form stones if you eat foods high in oxalate and foods high in calcium at the same time.

6. Eat less animal protein

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Foods high in animal protein are acidic and can increase urinary acid. High urine output can cause kidney stones in both uric acid and calcium oxalate.

You should try to limit or avoid:

  • beef
  • Poultry
  • fish
  • pork

7. Avoid vitamin C supplements

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Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) supplementation can cause kidney stones, especially in men.

According to a study, men who took high doses of vitamin C supplements doubled their risk of kidney stone formation. Researchers do not believe that vitamin C from foods carries the same risk.

8. Explore herbal remedies

Chanca Piedra, also known as a 'stone breaker', is a popular herbal remedy for kidney stones. The herb is believed to help prevent the formation of calcium oxalate stones. It is also believed to reduce the size of existing stones.

Use herbal remedies with caution. They are not well regulated or well documented for the prevention or treatment of kidney stones.

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