A diet designed to combat high blood pressure lowers the risk of developing kidney stones, according to a new study.
The results intimate that low-fat dairy products and plants could have key kidney stone fighting properties.
The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension effectively reduces blood pressure; it includes fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, dairy products and whole grains. It includes few sweetened beverages and red and processed meats.
This diet is also said to reduce the risk of developing kidney stones.
The researchers studied 24-hour urine samples of 3,426 people and who did not have a history of kidney stones.
This study was also part of a larger study of the effect of diet on the likelihood of developing kidney stones.
Diet for Hypertension
Fri, 17 Sep 2010
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