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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about a great remedy for kidney stones called IP-6 or Phytic Acid. It is a combination of inositol which is a type of B vitamin and phosphorus. This compound has the capacity to prevent crystallization of calcium oxalates and calcium phosphate.
How to Prevent Kidney Stones:
• IP-6 or Phytic Acid – This compound has the capacity to prevent crystallization of calcium oxalates and calcium phosphate
• Low Carb Diet – High amounts of Carbohydrates in the diet can increase stone formation.
• Moderate Protein
• Large amounts of vegetables – Avoid Spinach, Chocolate and Peanuts
• Vitamin C – Binds with calcium preventing the calcium from forming with oxalates. It is a myth that taking vitamin C will cause a kidney stone.
• Increase Fluids – Drink more than you would normally but don’t drink too much
• Add Electrolytes
• Lemon in Water – Help counter some of this formation of oxalate stones
• Vitamin B6 – You can get in just a healthy diet.
• Increase Calcium Foods – Grass-fed Dairy. Taking more dietary calcium in your digestive system would end up less in your kidney. (Calcium Orotate – The only recommended calcium to take as supplement)
**Calf Cramp – Phenomena that occurs right before someone has kidney stones. One of the theories why you would get that cramping is because of calcium deficiency because when one part of the body is deficient in calcium, the other part tends to retain it as a stone in your kidney.
Hey guys I have another video for you on kidney stones really good remedy. If you are susceptible to getting stones or if you have a stone this is what I recommend, IP6. It is a combination of inositol which is a type of B vitamin and phosphorus. And this compound is really something called Phytic Acid. This compound has the capacity to prevent crystallization of calcium oxalates and calcium phosphate. It does a lot of other things and I am gonna do a video specifically on this because it is quite amazing but I put some links down below on what It can do for actual kidney stones. Now in addition to this, I’ll definitely recommend that you do a low carb diet simply because high amounts of carbohydrates in the diet can increase stone formation. Moderate amount of protein, we don’t want to much, we just want moderate. And large amounts of vegetables and this also will give you more phytic acid. So you want to avoid spinach, chocolate and peanuts which are high in oxolates. Vitamins C, there is a conflicting data on vitamins C in the formation of the kidney stone but vitamins C binds with calcium preventing calcium from forming with the oxalates. It is a myth that taking vitamins C will cause a kidney stone. Vitamin C will help prevent kidney stones. Increase your fluids again within reasons. Drink more than you would normally but don’t drink too much.
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