2 small kidney stones were discovered after I had my check-up last May 24, 2010. My doctor advised me to change my diet and do daily exercises to further help in removing the kidney stones. Aside from following my doctor's advice, I decided to try alternative medicinal options particularly the product named Genuine Haarlem Oil. The natural ingredients of this product have further helped me in eliminating these unwanted 2 kidney stones in my body. I took 3 coated capsules everyday for 2 months. By July 27, 2010, on my second check-up, my doctor discovered that my 2 kidney stones diminished. I told her that Haarlem Oil helped me with my health problem.
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replied March 18th, 2014
hi there
its good to hear that
as a doctor i wont comment on genuine haarlem oil

Current dietary recommendations to minimize the formation of kidney stones include:

Increasing total fluid intake, with the objective of increasing urine output to more than two liters per day

Increasing intake of citrate-rich drinks such as lemonade and orange juice

Attempt to maintain a calcium intake of 1,000-1,200 mg (1.0-1.2 g) per day

Limiting sodium intake to less than 2,300 mg (2.3 g) per day

Limiting vitamin C intake to less than 1,000 mg (1.0 g) per day

Limiting animal protein intake to no more than two meals daily, with less than 170-230 g (6.0-8.1 oz) per day. (A positive association between animal protein consumption and recurrence of kidney stones has been shown in men.

Limiting consumption of soft drinks which contain phosphoric acid to flavor the soft drink, don't drink more than a liter of softdrink per week

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