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Getting rid of tonsil stones

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Tonsil stones is an increasing huge problem for large percent of the population, men and women alike.  In most cases, tonsil stones can be cured naturally, by changing your lifestyle, and especially changing your
diet.

Recommended foods

Many people who suffer from kidney stones suffer from dehydration. Lack of fluids increases the mineral concentration in the kidney and increases the likelihood of the formation of kidney stones. When you are suffering from kidney stones, drink about 3 to 2.5 liters of water, clean every day. After bladder stones were returned to drink a glass of water, every two hours during the day. Drinking water is the most important way to treat hemorrhoids and preventing their formation.

Vegetarians have a much lower likelihood of developing kidney stones than meat eaters. Adopt A diet based on uncooked vegetables and whole grains. Eat beans, legumes, nuts, seeds and nuts – these foods are good sources of protein.

If you feel you must eat meat, eat fat-free chicken quality source.
Ate oatmeal every day and wheat, since it reduces the risk of kidney stone formation.

A little lemon juice mixed with warm water is another drug that helps increase the acidity of urine and facilitate the passage of stones of calcium oxalate complex urinary tract. Drink this juice a little at breakfast and throughout the day. Orange juice is also helpful for this purpose.

Vitamin A, according to research findings, helps heal urinary tract. Be sure, therefore, to eat many vegetables orange, yellow and green leafy vegetables.
Eat 1/4 cup of pumpkin seeds daily. Studies have found that pumpkin seeds reduce the risk of kidney stone formation.

Magnesium deficiency is associated with recurrent formation of kidney stones. Be sure to consume a large amount of mineral is found in leafy vegetables, kelp, soybeans, almonds and apples.

Parsley and watermelon help in cleaning the urinary tract. These foods add your meals routinely.

Foods to Avoid

Avoid eating foods that contain large amounts of oxalic acid. Notable among these foods are spinach, rhubarb, tomatoes, eggplant, beets, squash, sweet potatoes, peanuts, blueberries, strawberries, Concord grapes and cocoa.

Do not drink grapefruit juice. Studies have found this juice increases the risk of kidney stone formation.
Animal fat causes the body to excrete calcium. This may lead to accumulation of calcium in the kidneys. Avoid red meat of all types and limit your intake of all other meats.

Avoid having too much calcium in the body by removing fat and meals products. Calcium found in milk, cheese, ice cream and other dairy products is not easily absorbed in the digestive tract and ends up as waste accumulates in the kidneys.

When you eat too much white sugar, insulin level rises. This causes the removal of calcium from the bones and transfer it urinary tract. Stay away from eating products containing white sugar. It is especially important to completely avoid drinking soft drinks containing phosphoric acid. Research findings indicate that these beverages increase the risk of kidney stone formation.

Salt, caffeine and alcohol contribute to dehydration the body and increase the concentration of minerals in the urine. Stop consuming caffeine and alcohol, and severely limits the intake of salt.