what! *** lowers the risk of kidney stones
Last year, a study suggested that the risk of developing kidney stones decreases with increasing *** consumption.
Finnish researchers, led by Dr. Tero Hirvonen of the National Public Health Institute of Helsinki, used their detailed study of 27,000 middle-aged men to conclude that “each bottle of *** consumed per day was estimated to reduce risk by 40 percent”.
The study authors noted that both the water and alcohol found in *** are shown to increase *** flow and dilute ***, thereby reducing the risk of stones forming. Alcohol may also “increase the excretion of calcium,” the prime constituent of kidney stones, said Hirvonen.