Consider this the next time you're about to flush - you may be sending important health information down the toilet. And that's why I recommend you give your urine a little more respect.
You see changes in your urine - its colour, odour and consistency - can provide important clues about the health of your body. Your urine can reveal what you've been eating, how much you've been drinking and wh... ››› more
Looking after your kidneys is an essential part of your everyday health. This because your kidneys have a huge responsibility you may have never considered.
They flush out toxins, ensure the maximum absorption of the essential nutrients your body needs and make sure your water balance remains stable.
So when they're not able to do their job effectively because they don't have your suppor... ››› more
If you have a family history of kidney stones or you've gone through the excruciating pain of passing a stone yourself, you're cautious to avoid kidney stones. Here are five steps to help you do just that…
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14 Natural secrets that could dissolve your kidney stones
Who knew dissolving and preventing kidney stones was this easy?
Eliminate t... ››› more
Do you suffer with kidney stones?
If you do, it's something you'll definitely know about.
The pain kidney stones cause is worse than childbirth without drugs according to women who've been unlucky enough to go through a painful episode.
But it's not just pain you have to worry about. Here's what else you'll feel when you have a kidney stone…
You’ll know when you have an acute ki... ››› more
You can determine what's going on with the health of your kidneys just by looking into the loo once you've done a number one. And it's not only the health of your kidneys that you'll see, the colour of your urine could indicate whether you're susceptible to kidney stones or not. So, next time you go to the loo, take note of the colour of your pee so you can improve the health of your kidneys and l... ››› more
About 10% of the entire population get kidney stones in their lifetime. But what is it that causes these painful stones to block your urinary tract? Well, today you'll discover the reasons why kidney stones develop. And more importantly, how you can lower your risk!
Whether you develop kidney stones depends on how high your risk is
Have a look at the factors supplied by the Mayo Clin... ››› more
Well, according to Mr Farnsworth, a bus driver from the UK, it can! Read the interesting take on how he had to go to hospital with kidney stones after he hit a pothole. And more importantly, how you can prevent the same from happening to you!
Mr Farnsworth, the 64 year old, had just dropped the last children off at school and hit a huge pothole with his bus. He said the feeling that hit him aft... ››› more
A study of 94,000 Taiwanese adults revealed that you're 30% more likely to develop type II diabetes if you've had kidney stones. And you'll probably get diabetes within five years! Your only option is to lower your risk of developing kidney stones.
Both kidney stones and diabetes type II have two common risk factors between them. While you can’t change one of the risk factors – age related ... ››› more
Instead of taking medications to prevent your kidney stones, use this natural remedy! Oranges contain a natural form of citrate, which does the exact same thing as traditional kidney stone med. So, ditch the meds, and grab a glass of orange juice in the mornings to keep your kidneys stone free instead…
If you’re on medications for your kidney stones, it probably the potassium citrate type. ... ››› more
Does your choice of home country have an effect on how high your risk of kidney stones is? It seems like it can! And it all has to do with the climate. But there's ways around it! Let's see what you can do to lower your risk.
The study that the University of Texas did was on climate and its effect on kidney stones. Being Texas, it’s boiling hot, and the study showed some interesting results. ... ››› more
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