Many patients assume that they are forming calcium stones and should therefore limit their calcium intake. That assumption could not be more wrong. Low calcium diet won’t stop your stones and may even increase your risk. Lets not forget that our bones are in desperate need of calcium to avoid osteopenia and osteoporosis.
But, many of the best foods for calcium are also high in sodium, and sodium raises urine calcium loss and stone risk.
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