Drinking enough water, eating citrus fruits and watching fat intake are all good diet practices when dealing with kidney stones, according to MedlinePlus. There are different types of kidney stones, and all of them have ... More »

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The type of diet to follow for kidney stones depends on the type of kidney stones present, explains the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, but increasing fluid intake, especially water, can... More »

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Water, cranberry juice, lemon or lime juice and wine are drinks that help the kidneys, says Dr. Leslie Spry, contributor for The Huffington Post. These beverages aid the kidneys in filtering toxins from the blood and pre... More »

The type of diet to follow for kidney stones depends on the type of kidney stones present, explains the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, but increasing fluid intake, especially water, can... More »

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Foods such as citrus fruits, lean proteins, vegetables and whole grains prevent the formation of kidney stones. Adding these to the diet provides kidneys with the citrate they need to fight stones and keep uric acid leve... More »

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While diet cannot cure kidney stones, drinking plenty of water helps kidney stones pass through the urinary tract. Steps to prevent the formation of stones include drinking a lot of water, eating calcium-rich foods, redu... More »

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The right diet for a person with kidney stones depends on the type of stones present in the urinary tract, explains the National Kidney Foundation. Limiting foods with oxalates, purines or sodium may help prevent new sto... More »