There are 26 million people with kidney disease only in America and 1 in 3 adults are at risk of developing kidney disease. Kidney disease kills even more Americans than prostate and breast cancer. One common kidney condition is known as kidney stones. These are usually small, hard deposits made from mineral and acid salt that are formed in the kidneys and they cause major problems for the kidneys.
What Causes Kidney Stones
Some of these factors can cause kidney stones:
- Too much meat consumption
- Poor intake of vegetables
- Dehydration and insufficient fluid consumption
When there is high amount of crystal-forming substances as uric acid in person’s urine. Oxalate and calcium than the urine fluid can dissolve the person is at risk of having kidney stones.