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Are your kidney stones really from to much calcium, why don’t the doctors tell you the whole story.

August 17, 2014

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Are your kidney stones really from to much calcium, why don’t the doctors tell you the whole story.

If you’ve been actively researching the Web, you’d agree that there’s a lot of evidence to support the notion that if your body is acidic, then kidney stones are more likely to develop. You would have seen that kidney stones grow from the ‘seed’ of acid crystals. These crystals form from saturated acids in the body.

So it makes sense that your ultimate strategy for a pain – and stone-free – future is staying fully hydrated and alkaline.

Metabolic acids and acids that you ingest in daily life can accumulate in your fluids and tissues. In the process of neutralizing these acids, “salts” are made – a mix of an alkaline element and an acid element.

When your pH falls below 6.0 the risk that these tiny salts may turn into larger stones increases exponentially.

When urine is saturated with acids (as a result of an acidic inner terrain combined with continued dehydration) these tiny salts can collect into larger salts – these are what we call stones.

There are many different types of urinary stones. Kidney stones can be made of calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, magnesium phosphate, uric acid, or cysteine. No matter what form you want to prevent, a suggested prevention plan may include the following:

1. Hydrate!. Drink at least 2 – 3 liters of water a day to flush acids and help to dilute your urine to prevent stones from forming in the first place.

2. Support your pH. Drink alkaline water, plan for more alkaline foods, and reduce the amount of acid forming foods that you eat. High protein diets turn to 20 amino acids in your blood stream – the seeds to stones forming.

3. Reduce your intake of sodium this is process sodium. This is where must nutritionist gives the wrong advice; you have to have natural sodium from Himalayan sea salt daily NOT processed salt, so your cells will function properly. This will reduce your body’s loss of calcium; you also need to understand that lack of calcium can also produce kidney stone; the body does not utilize calcium supplements efficiently, you are missing all the other 84 trace minerals that you get out of fresh fruits and vegetables( needs to be toxic chemical free) and 9.5 alkaline water(Kangen water).

Please understand that most health professionals do not tell you this, there has to be a balance with sodium and potassium intake in order for your cells to work efficiently, if the balance is off, your cells will malfunction.

4. Increase your intake of citrus fruits – like lemons (alkaline to the body). The citric acid in citrus fruits is not a problematic acid like uric acid or phosphoric acid is. It can help to break up the formation of stones that have already formed. You can even squeeze some lemon into the alkaline water that you drink.

5. Test your pH every day. Try to keep it above 7.1.

Free information go to http://www.drinknatureswater.com

The truth on how bad your water is go to http://www.kangendemo.com

Ask about our free samples of alkaline water

Bill & Emily Mabry
Certified Molecular Hydration Specialist

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