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Jennihul
Tuesday, September 20, 2011, 10:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have developed kidney stones since moving to North Carolina, in the "kidney stone belt." When I look up foods that contain high levels of oxalic acid, a major contributor to stones, many/most of them are Type O foods. So I am damned if I do, damned if I don't it seems.

I use a product I bought online called UriFlow and it is remarkable in reducing the symptoms and I assume the size of the stones. But after four days, I keep developing a nagging, low grade headache. I am sure there are, among the many herbs contained in this formulation, some non-O herbs. Or something that is causing my headaches.

Does Dr D provide a similar, O friendly herbal concoction or supplement designed for specifically kidney stones?

I will post my ingredients from the UriFlow when I have the bottle handy. I must find something. I refuse to pass another stone.

Thanks, in advance for your advice.

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Does Dr D provide a similar, O friendly herbal concoction or supplement designed for specifically kidney stones?


the BT/GT guidelines help bring your body back in balance
they address all inflammatory issues, through avoidance of non self lectins, listed
The most recent rating of a food can be found using typebase:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm

Read about the non secretor issue
http://www.dadamo.com/knowbase/newbie/a.htm
http://www.dadamo.com/program_advanced_secretor.htm

check out all the specific herbal formulas designed by Dr D up at DPN
and also revise the health series books, if you wish to first ease into the programm


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Thanks for the link, Lloyd.

I have been on ER4YT for about 8 years. Hardcore for two years. Meaning mostly beneficials and very few avoids.

It's only within the last year I have developed the stones. So I don't think my balance is in question. I think some of the foods that Os are supposed to eat exacerbate the problem if you are in a region of the country famous for stones. Which is where I have been for the last 11 years.

All the urology sites say to avoid high vitamin C intake. Conflicts with the general kidney protocol.

Confused...

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You do not need to take everything listed in a protocol.

The kidney protocol does more than just stones.

If you think Vitamin C is counter-indicated in your case, just omit taking it.


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I think some of the foods that Os are supposed to eat exacerbate the problem if you are in a region of the country famous for stones


cute!!!

no stones in my region......yet I eat according to my swami personalized guideline

hardcore for almost 14 years


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I'm confused.  Why would one region of the country have a higher incidence of kidney stones than another?  Is it that the soil in that area produces food that has a higher concentration of oxalic acid than normal?  Or is it due to a regional/cultural diet that is higher in oxalic acid?
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It also might be due to contaminants in the drinking water.


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It also might be due to contaminants in the drinking water.


Ah, that makes sense.
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Sure does, or where it's hot,but people don't drink enough water. Funny I got a kidney stone when I lived in N.J.  Large School, only 5min between classes, and they would lock the only bathroom I could get to before 7th period, where there was another one. So I went all day without being able to use the restroom. At one time Bayonne was the bladder cancer capital of the world. I wonder why


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So I went all day without being able to use the restroom.


Oh no!     I wouldn't have made it all day without a bathroom break.
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