Kidney Stones - Diets For Breaking Kidney Stones

Kidney Stones - Diets For Breaking Kidney Stones

Early signs of kidney disease include:

  • changing urine color (it becomes dark or light red)
  • frequent urination, accompanied by burning pain, and recurrent pain in the waist.

Very often the first symptoms of kidney disease are renal colic. They appear in a prolonged urinary retention.

Dissolving of oxalate kidney stones
The most common stones are hard, dense, with black and rod-shaped surface. They are formed as a result of abnormal metabolism. To avoid formation of such stones have to do the following:
Totally remove from menu the following products: 
coffee, strong tea, cocoa, chocolate, spinach, pepper, parsley, cabbage, turnips, green beans, lentils, mushrooms, potatoes, meat and fish broths, canned, plum and cream.

You should reduce the use of beetroot, carrots and tomatoes.
Eat as much as you can:
apples, grapes, pears, which helping to rapid removal of small oxalate stones from the body.

Removal of sand in the kidneys with parsley and olive oil

Cut to pieces fresh parsley and put it in a jar. Pour 1 liter of olive oil over it. Leave it in the sun for 10 days. Take every morning, 1 small glass of wine,  30 minutes before eating.

How to expel phosphate kidney stones
Soft ones, white or pink kidney stones are formed as a result of impaired calcium-phosphorus metabolism. The reasons for their formation can be endocrine diseases, large amounts of vitamin D, drinking a lot of mineral water that contains phosphate and calcium salts.
To avoid forming  such stones you must expel from your diet - dairy, egg yolk, vegetables, fruits, canned, smoked meats, mustard and alcoholic beverages.
Eat more fish, pasta, use vegetable oil, drink a infusion of rose hips. To remove kidney stones use following folk recipe:

Recipe for braking stones into grit with carrot seeds

Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 tbs. carrot seeds. Allow to stand for 12 hours, then put it into a thermos to be warm. Take half a cup, 5-6 times a day, before meals.This healing liquid will turn stones into sand and gradually throw them out of your body.

Diet in kidney stones diseases
There are certain eating habits that people, suffering from kidney problems must keep. Reasonable choice of products and methods of their preparation and flavoring is the key element.
Kidneys are one of the "filters" of the body. Their abnormal functioning can lead to poisoning of the body, inability to release toxins. The prolonged course of illness alters the normal activity of the kidneys and  leads to dangerous chronic renal failure.

Basic  rules that must be kept by people with kidneys problems

  • unsalted dishes
  • eating - 5 times a day (on a small portions)
  • eat mainly fruits, fresh salads and vegetables (not recommended vegetables, containing large amounts of essential oils)
  • avoid spicy and fried foods
  • avoid fatty meats

Blueberries are one of the best remedies  against kidney problems

Blueberries are one of the best natural cures for kidney problems. Among the most useful vegetables for kidneys are: potatoes (roasted), cauliflower, carrots, squash, zucchini and cucumbers. Do emphasize more on vegetable and dairy soups. Yogurt is among the mandatory elements of the menu.

Which products you should avoid?
Among them are:
green onions, onions, turnips, radishes, celery, asparagus, sorrel and spinach.

These plants have a high content of essential oils. People suffering from kidney problems, should give up fatty meats, including pork, beef and mutton.
Enemies of kidneys are more spicy foods, carbonated beverages and excess coffee and chocolate. Alcohol should also be limited.

What is recommended for people with kidney disease?
It is also recommended every 10 days to make a discharge day, during which you can  only consume fruit, potatoes, and rice. Consult your doctor about the specifics of your diet, first!
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