Does calcium cause kidney stones?
The most popular misconception is that calcium causes kidney stones. However, this is not the case. Kidney stones have been analyzed and found to primarily be composed of 95% cholesterol, 5% calcium in binding form, plus other acidic substances. As a result, kidney stones are created due to acidification of blood that is loaded with cholesterol, thus binds with acidic cholesterol to form kidney stones. If one’s body has on the healthy alkaline side, one will not have kidney stones. On the other hand, if blood contains NanoCalcium and therefore appears to be alkaline, it can dissolve kidney stones. Unless kidney stones have become very large, drinking Maxmyer NanoCalcium should only take three weeks to three months for kidney stones to gradually decompose and finally vanish. When stones are stuck in the bile duct or urinary tract and cause pain, drink warm concentrated Maxmyer NanoCalcium until the pain recedes. By then, the stones should have been eliminated.
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