The first time I heard about pineapple for kidney stones, I thought I had a bad case of it. The symptoms, however, were much more serious.
It sounds like a joke but it’s actually not. If you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and/or a kidney condition, your body is going to make you eat more pineapple. For some people, the diet is so unhealthy, they have to go on a strict kidney diet to control the pain.
The problem with kidney stones is that they have an “iron-rich” component. This means that the stone is more likely to stay in your kidney because the body is making more “iron” from your pineapple. The problem with this is that pineapple is a “water” source. Water is a “water-soluble” form of iron. So if you eat more water, you’re more likely to get kidney stones.
I’m not saying pineapple can’t be a good friend of God, but I think it’s a big part of our worldview and the way we perceive the world and the way we think about it, so I think it is a good thing to eat some of the things that we can’t.
To add to this, pineapple is a rich source of vitamin C. A pineapple is about the size of a baseball and contains about 4,500 calories. It also contains the amino acid l-citrulline, which is a precursor to several neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, and epinephrine. One study found that high levels of l-citrulline can lower the pain threshold of humans. Not to mention that it can also help lower blood pressure.
The main reason that pineapple is so good for healthy kidneys is because it is a very sweet and tasty fruit. It also has a good acid-sensitivity. There are studies on the side effects of pineapple on kidney function. In one study, the researchers found that pineapple had a 25% more risk of developing kidney stones and a 20% risk of kidney and colon cancer. In another study, the researchers found that pineapple could also lower the risk of kidney cancer by up to 22%.
In one study, pineapple consumption was found to decrease the risk of kidney stones by up to 25 percent. In another study, the researchers found that pineapple consumption reduced the risk of kidney cancer. The risk of colon cancer was lower in those who drank pineapple.
In his review of data on the health and safety of pineapple, Dr. Donald S. Riezman, DDS, FRCPC, FRCPE, MHS, found that although an average of 3.3 servings per day was the minimum recommended intake, most people who took pineapple daily as part of a Mediterranean diet had a lower rate of kidney stones and a lower rate of colon cancer.
I’m not sure how much pineapple is in the kidney stones and colon cancer groups, but if you’ve ever had a kidney stone, you know that I am not taking any chances. If you know what a colon cancer is, then you know the risk of drinking your pineapple is also lower than any of those things. I highly recommend trying this at least once in your life.
The same pineapple study also found that the most important factor in preventing kidney stones and colon cancer was consumption of extra-virgin olive oil.