guitarplayer007 wrote:OK did you actually watch the video to the end where he sites the studies? The reason I'm concerned is for my age my kidney function borders on normal and be low normal. For instance when I was eating the standard American diet my EGR was mid 50's which is flagged on my blood test. When I did plant based diet for 6 months it went up into the mid 60' s which no longer flagged as below normal for my age. But now I'm no longer plant based I have to worry about my kidneys and stones.
Thanks for info.
guitarplayer007 wrote:Hmm ok, that's like not watching or reading studies on vitamin C protocol
Rpbert Cathcart wrote:COMPLICATIONS
It is my experience that ascorbic acid probably prevents most kidney stones. I have had a few patients who had had kidney stones before starting bowel tolerance doses who have subsequently had no more difficulty with them. Acute and chronic urinary tract infections are often eliminated; this fact may remove one of the causes of kidney stones. Six patients have had mild pain on urination; five of these patients were over fifty and none had stones.
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