How to get Rid of Kidney Stone | Foods & Healthy Recipes


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Whatever it is, healthy diet is the way to fast recovery. An easy and easy recipe to help you recover from the kidney stone by watching this video!


Kidney stone

Crystallization of chemicals and minerals present in the kidney leads to kidney stones. Mainly, kidney stones have two types. Calcium oxalate and urate are included. The former account for over 80% of cases reported.


Symptoms to look for:

• Severe backache and side pain
• Burn sensation during urination
• Pain during urination
• Blood in urine



• Crystallization of chemicals and minerals in the kidney


Kidney stone to eat food group:

1. Liquid: Concentration of mineral forming stone

Consuming food: plain water, coconut water, barley water, fruit and vegetable juice

2. Calcium & fiber: prevent calcium oxalate stone formation

Consuming food: milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, lentils, buds, finger millet & sesame.
Pea, pumpkin, squash, cauliflower, cabbage, turnip, tomato


Recipes based on the above food group:

Recipe 1: barley water

Wash ¼ cup barley pearls under cold water
2. Place in pot and add 1/2 L of water
3. Place the pot on a high flame and boil it
4. When boiling begins, lower the flame and bring the pot

Let's simmer for about 40 minutes

5. Take out this with a big bottle and strain it,
Discard barley pearls

While the liquid is still hot

6. Add 1 tbsp of brown sugar to it
7. Mix well and refrigerate.
8. Refrigerated

Drink this barley drink two to three times a day

Recipe 2: Cottage cheese dish

1. Heat 1 tsp oil with non-stick pan
2. Add 10-12 low fat cottage cheese to it
3. Fry it until it turns brown
4. Remove it in the plate and set aside
5. Add 1 tsp oil to the same bread
6. Next chopped green chilli
7. 1 bag of chopped onion
8. Bake until the onion is translucent
9. Next, 1 tablespoon
10. Also, 1 tablespoon of chopped chili
11. Bake these ingredients for 5 minutes
12. Next, add a piece of fried cottage cheese to this mixture
13. Add salt and pepper to the taste



• Beetroot, spinach, strawberry, nuts, chocolate, tea,
Wheat bran and dried beans
• Avoid excess Vitamin C
• Avoid excess salt and processed food


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The above recipe is prepared in consultation with a dietician. However, these are not intended as a substitute for medical advice of trained medical personnel. All matters concerning your health require supervision of a doctor. In addition to consulting with your doctor before adopting the suggestion in this video, please also ask about the condition that may require diagnosis or medical care. Please see the terms of use of our website

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