Renal calculi or kidney stone
A stone in the urinary tract anywhere in kidney, bladder, ureters or urethra. It could be associated with blood in urine or intense pain and frequent painful urination.
Common age group - 30-45 years
The end products of protein metabolism ( or digestion) like uric acid, phosphates and oxalates of sodium, potassium or magnesium , concentrate and precipitate or deposit to form stones.
Over sweating, warm climate, reduced water intake , infection of urinary system can induce stone formation.
Increased fats , calcium, meat, sugar and tea in diet and deceased fibres and vegetables cause stone formation.
Increase water intake to 2-2.5 litres per day to avoid .
Diet For Stone Patients
High fluids content
Yogurt and dahi
Fresh fruit juices like beetroot juice, watermelon juice, ginger lemon water etc
High protein foods
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