Nobody gets kidney stones from drinking too much milk or eating too much cheese. Those kind of statements are not true. You do not get kidney stones because your body is showing an excess of calcium. You get them because your body has a calcium deficiency!
When your body is suffering from an acute deficiency of calcium, it starts to relocate the existing calcium deposits and to search for calcium to keep the necessary functions going. When the body is threatened with osteoporosis, the kidneys hold back as much calcium as possible.
Sources: Dr. Joel D. Wallach, Dr. Jackson Stockwell, doctor and head of a cancer clinic in Salt Lake City.
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