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Kidney disease risk factors

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Question
If a person is taking a multivitamin plus 1200 mg of calcium citrate daily as well as Magnesium and Vit. D, does he run a higher risk of developing kidney stones?

Answer
Mike,

Let me list the known risk factors so you'll see whether your concerns fit into the list.

KIDNEY DISEASE RISK FACTORS

Dehydration due to:

- not enough drinking
- reduced urine output (the reason can be different from not drinking enough)
- excessive sweating

Diets:

- high-protein
- high-sodium
- high-sugar
- low in vitamin A
- too acidic
- too alkaline

Diseases:

- kidney infections
- gout
- obesity
- inflammatory bowel disease
- chronic diarrhea
- overactive parathyroid gland

Also, risk factors include family history and sedentary life style

Tanya Zilberter
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