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How to Combat Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stone Growth


Calcium oxalate kidney stones are the most common kidney stone in the United States. These stones account for roughly 80% of the stones formed. So, they're a big issue!

The current belief in the medical establishment is that calcium oxalate kidney stones cannot be dissolved. However, a 2018 study from the University of Illinois has changed this. Calcium oxalate kidney stones do in fact dissolve within the human body. 

Now, the question for us is, "How do we use this information to our advantage to stop these stones from forming?" Watch the video to pick-up a few things that you can do TODAY to stop or slow down the formation of your calcium oxalate kidney stones. 

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