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Why are you getting kidney stones?
by: Kerri Knox, RN-The Immune Health Queen!

First of all, you absolutely NEED to get your vitamin d level checked. This is NOT optional. How do you know how much vitamin D to take if you don't know your level?

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And I REALLY want people to get their levels checked because they have Absolutely no idea about how low they actually are. Everyone THINKS that their levels should be normal and they are SHOCKED when they see how low they are. And I want you (and your doctor) to be shocked!

Besides, a low vitamin D COULD be contributing to your kidney stones. You see, calcium is a funny thing. If you have LOW vitamin D levels, then you end up pulling calcium out of the bones and into the blood. When this happens, you get osteoporosis, calcium in your urine and LOW calcium levels (not high!).

When you have SUFFICIENT vitamin D, the calcium STOPS going out into your urine, your calcium blood levels are INCREASED and the calcium goes into your bones where it belongs!!!

So, you NEED to find out if low vitamin D levels are CONTRIBUTING to your kidney stones. If it is, then vitamin D could be a PARTIAL remedy for this.

Second, recurrent kidney stones are NOT a normal phenomenon and you do not have to live with them. Recurrent kidney stones are almost always due to DIETARY PROBLEMS.

One super easy dietary thing that you can do to Prevent Kidney Stones Costs You Pennies a Day.

So, start taking your lemon juice every day and when you have your vitamin d levels done, come back and I can help you to determine how much vitamin D to take.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Health Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Easy Immune

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