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Is drinking Crystal Light lemonade, rather than just plain water, an effect preventive measure against kidney stones? I had a kidney stone about 9 years ago and a friend recently told me that her son's urologist said to drink Crystal Light lemonade due to some ingredient that helped break up kidney stones. This seems too good to be true...
I read once on the internet an artciel some man wrote that crystal light did indeed help him out with the kidney stones and as soon as he would stop with the crystal light the problem would worsen so i think it may actually be very true.
i an not sure about crystal light have not heard of that before if a urologist said it works then it isprobably true...... I have heard water with lemon helps prevent stone and strong lemonade the kind were lemon is higher then sugar helps....So whatever works i do it
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