Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stones and recipes and healthy food
Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stones are not a rare disorder. They generally consist of chalk (calcium oxalate or calcium phosphate rock make up 75-85 % of the stone). The tendency to get calcium stones is often hereditary, and it is mostly men who are affected. If you once had a kidney stone, the risk of getting a new increased. This means an average of one new stone for every two to three years.
Symptoms Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stones
As long as the stones grow on renal papillae (small bumps inside the renal pelvis)
they will usually produce no symptoms. It is when they break away and go into the ureter from the renal pelvis that causes pain and stop the urine. A common symptom is the blood in the urine, either microscopic or visible.
Stones can pass through the ureter, bladder and urethra without symptoms, but usually comes colic pain and bleeding. The pain usually begins gradually in the flank upward (kidneys are much higher than the lower back, about a hand's breadth above the waist), and spreads downwards and forwards to the lower back, groin, testicles or vagina entrance. They can be very strong. There is often nausea and vomiting as a reaction to pain. Sitting stone in the lowermost part of the ureter, into the bladder wall, there may be frequent urge to urinate. Blocks for urine can cause inflammation, which may increase the risk and make treatment more difficult.
How to reduce the risk of Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stones
People, living on the food produced by plants, can reduce the risk of stone. A diet consisting of large parts green makes the body stronger, more basic, more flexible, less polluted, more through oxygenated and gives a better functioning immune system.
Many studies confirm that leafy protects against high cholesterol, high blood pressure, cancer and they make the immune system stronger.
Vegetables are the best source of easily absorbable base-forming minerals: calcium (lime) magnesium, iron, etc.
Fortunately, it's fantastic easily and tastefully gets more vegetables in your diet - all you need is a blender! Vegetables smoothies are namely revolutionary easy and so delicious that even.
Some leafy green vegetables contain oxalic acid, which (if consumed in large quantities) can bind to calcium in the body and form calcium oxalate (an insoluble salt), which may cause kidney stones. Avoid these foods.
Green leafy vegetables, which do not have oxalic acid, can be added green smoothies.
Raspberries contain polyphenols, an antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals and thus prevents damage to cell membranes. Fresh berries are best, but Freezing does not destroy antioxidant effect and it is often easier. Wear is good for
heart - a Finnish study reveals that people who consume 2 servings of fruit daily had
lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol. Parsley root has also been shown to protect against from kidney stones
We offer fruit smoothie recipe with the addition of parsley.
1 cup raspberries
1 cup grapes
1not large parsley root
2 cups water
Blend chopped apple, raspberry, grapes and water for 30 seconds. Add chopped parsley root and blend to a uniform consistency.
Offer tasty smoothie recipe with banana and pear
Like most fruits, pear is very low in calories and is high in vitamins A and C. Pears promote dissolution of calcium oxalate stones
Water, ice cold
Blend chopped bananas with water for 30 seconds. Add chopped pear and blend the right consistency.
Taste extra is good with mint leaves.
Calcium oxalate kidney stones can be prevented by eating healthy foods.