What you get.
When you purchase the Kidney Stone Prevention Course…
- You get lifetime access to my jam-packed, five-part video course.
- And as many as 20 live group teleconference calls with me to discuss your individual needs and create a customized prevention plan just for you. This is where the real magic happens!
Five times a week for one month, I will host a live group teleconference call where I will answer your questions and give you specific advice based upon your medical and dietary needs. By the end of this time together, you will have a customized prevention plan to reduce your kidney stone risk, a healthy overall diet, and you will for the first time be in control and ready to take your life back!
This is a $1300 value.
I am practically giving this program away because I want to help as many people as I can!
- 5-Part Online Video Course
My jam-packed course videos will leave you with the information, support, and guidance you need to help prevent your kidney stones.
- 1 month of Live Group Calls with Jill
Join me each week for group coaching sessions to gain a deeper understanding of how to implement your treatment plan.
- Personalized Treatment Plan
When the course is complete, you will have a clear, personalized treatment plan specifically tailored to your needs.
- Practical & Easy-to-Understand
We designed this course to not only be easy to understand, but easy to implement into your life.
- Lifetime Access to the Video Course
Pay once and receive lifetime access to more than 4 hours of knowledge and practical guidance from the leaders in stone prevention.
- Ongoing Community Support
Find the answers you need and ongoing support from fellow stone-formers in our private Facebook community.
- 24-Hour Lab Report Analysis
Email your lab report to me and I’ll help you understand what it all means and what the next steps are.
What your videos will teach you.
The Importance of 24 Hour Urine Collections
- How to read your lab report
- What your lab values mean
- Followup Testing
- How to do your 24 hour testing
- How much fluid you need
- What is safe for you to drink
- How do you really drink 1 gallon a day
How to Lower Your Sodium
Why is lowering your sodium so important
Where sodium is hidden
- Eating out guidelines
How to Increase Your Calcium
- How much calcium do you need
- Interpreting nutrition labels
- How do you get your daily calcium requirement
- What about supplements
- If you are lactose intolerant or vegan
How to Lower Your Oxalate
- Which list is the right list and how to use it
- How do you lower your oxalate and still eat healthy foods
- How to safely keep your favorite high oxalate foods in your diet
“Thank you so much for all the information that you provided. I learned more in 6 weeks than over the course of 20 years in dealing with kidney stones.”
“It can be a daunting task for patients to follow a low salt and low oxalate diet, especially if they suffer from other conditions that often necessitate eating foods that are high in oxalate. Jill Harris has the experience and communication skills to help people solve often complex dietary dilemmas. I highly recommend her.”
“I enjoyed the class so much and learned a lot! It was fun to interact with others and hear about the various issues affecting us all. Thank you for your dedication, sense of humor, and expertise.”
Frequently Asked Questions
I pride myself on making this a fun and doable experience. While working with me, my clients drastically reduce their kidney stones, if not stop making them altogether.
Stories you may relate to.
Tim came to me and was in despair. He had met with his urologist many times, but was still suffering with chronic stones. Over the years he had had 5 lithotripsies and many stents. He’d been on antibiotics on and off for several years due to urinary tract infections.
He’d suffered with such excruciating pain, he was afraid to travel. His doctor told him to stop eating all green, leafy, vegetables, and drink at least one gallon of water per day.
Along with his kidney stone issues, Tim has high cholesterol and changed his diet following his cardiologist’s advice. By the time he got to me, he was frustrated, angry, confused, and wanted to give up.
His first sentence to me was:
“I thought I was being healthy. I changed everything for my cholesterol, lost 13 pounds, felt great, and now I have kidney stones and my urologist says it is because I am eating too many veggies. What am I supposed to do now?”
Doug, who is 56, has made stones on and off since he was 32. He is a salesman who takes clients out to eat frequently, travels with pain medication “just in case,” and tries his best to drink more water like his doctor has told him to do during each visit.
He is 50 pounds overweight, has high blood pressure, and doesn’t understand why he keeps making new stones.
“I’m drinking all that I can and I rarely have to use the bathroom. I don’t understand it. My doctor told me to drink, and I am, but I still make stones. I am missing work because of all the surgeries and my boss is getting less tolerant of my absences. I don’t know how much more I can take of this and I am afraid I am going to lose my job.”
Susan had one kidney stone and the pain and surgery related to it was enough for her to seek out help immediately. She did a 24 hour urine collection, went over the results with her doctor, changed her diet and she didn’t get another stone for nearly a year.
Right around 5 months after changing her diet, thinking she was “in the clear,” she slowly started adding in some old foods. Before long, her diet reverted right back to where she started when she made her first stone. By year’s end, she was headed back to the ER for intense pain. She had formed another stone.