1. To keep free of kidney stones, increasing your fluid intake is the most important step you need to take. Drink at least 12 eight ounces of water a day.
2. Checking your urine output. Make sure you are urinating 1,200 to 1,500 cubic centimeters or 40-45 ounces worth.
3. Most common kidney stones are those formed by calcium: calcium oxalate or calcium phosphate. If you have been taking up calcium supplements in hope of strengthening your bones, you may actually be increasing your risk of stone formation. Limit butter and cheese and other dairy products.
4. Some over the counter antacids are calcium based, so select another type of stomach medication without the word "calcium" on the label.
5. Eat less meat. People who are prone to kidney stones should cut back on animal proteins.
6.Vitamin A is necessary for the overall healthy state of your urinary tract. Foods rich in vitamin A include sweet potatoes, pumpkin, winter squash, broccoli and carrots. But don't rush out for Vitamin A supplements, if you get too much, your body won't excrete the excess, which can be toxic.
7. One of the many benefits of regular exercise is that it facilitates the passage of calcium out of the bloodstream and into the bones resulting into stronger bones and less risk of stone formation.
8. There's a high correlation between kidney stones and salt intake, consume just 2 grams a day.
The Natural Home Remedy
Joe Barton, the author of Kidney Stone Removal Report, have discovered and perfected a safe and natural home remedy that has helped thousands of other kidney stone sufferers dissolve their kidney stones into small, sand-like particles, and then pass them without pain.
When you get your copy of the report, you'll find out exactly how to get rid of your kidney stones by drinking 72 ounces (about a 2-liter bottle's worth) of a common beverage. Within 5 minutes of drinking the beverage, you will then eat 8 ounces of a particular green vegetable that has been cooked and put in a blender. This certain vegetable puree is used to flush out the small, sludge-like kidney stone remnants after it has dissolved. The "sludge" will pass through your urine without pain!
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