Video Post by:  Andreas Moritz
Posted:  May 29, 2012 — updated 2016

Hi, this is a question from Colette Devine and she is asking “if your body leaches calcium and you are highly prone to getting kidney stones, will your gallbladder and liver flush help with the kidney stones? My second flush is beginning today and my sister is on her fourth flush.”

And I definitely can encourage you to continue doing liver and gallbladder flushes because they definitely improve our kidney performance.

Once the liver and gallbladder are clean, you will have much cleaner and much healthier blood; less waste products that the liver was unable to remove because of the liver bile duct congestion, that no longer have to go into the kidneys and precipitate in the form of crystals and stones.

So the liver regulates much of the metabolic waste products, making sure that you don’t have too many, moving or staying in the blood stream, which can affect the kidneys.

I would however encourage you to do a kidney cleanse before you do the next liver and gallbladder flush because you want to make sure that the kidneys are clean and open, and any stones that you may have there are being dissolved.

The kidney cleanse doesn’t flush those out of the kidneys, but it dissolves them. And by dissolving them and passing them out through the urinary tract, you are pretty safe doing the next liver and gallbladder flush because anytime you cleanse the liver, there are some toxins coming out that end up in the kidneys. You want to make sure that the kidneys are clean and open so that none of these toxins remain in the kidneys.

So, it’s very important to follow the directions in the book. Doing a kidney cleanse every three or four liver and gallbladder flushes. And if you haven’t even done one and you are prone to kidney stones, do your kidney cleanse before your next liver and gallbladder flush.

Now also make sure that you don’t eat foods that increase the chances for leaching out calcium from your bones or from your teeth or from your muscles. And that these kinds of foods obviously are highly acid-forming foods, such as meat, fish, chicken, eggs, also cheeses and milk. Milk has very, very high protein, 300% more protein than human breast milk. So our body is not designed to handle that amount of high concentration of proteins. And when they are moving around the body, they tend to leach calcium from the system. Once that calcium combines with oxalates from other foods, then they can form oxalate stones—calcium oxalate stones in the kidneys—which is one of the leading types of stones found in the kidneys.

So it is important to make sure you avoid these kind of foods and also avoid sugar, processed refined sugars, particularly ‘high fructose corn syrups’ that create an enormous amount of uric acid in the body. The uric acid forms into uric acid stones in the kidneys—a very, very common form of kidney stones which you want to make sure to avoid. So don’t drink things or beverages that contain this kind of fructose corn syrup or refined sugars, the typical refined processed sugars, which are the leading cause of kidney stones as well.

Avoiding medication if possible, I would say at any cost, because many medication drugs lead to kidney stones.

And if you have big kidney stones, you may also take lemon juice on a regular basis, and sometimes even large amounts like the juice from two lemons. If you have an acute kidney stone attack, then it can dissolve any sharp edges of these crystals in the stones and make them polished; so that when they come out, they don’t hurt you. They don’t cause pain.

So this is simple advice. Asparagus is again a very, very good food to have on a regular basis to keep the kidneys clean. And, of course, the kidney cleanse is a superb method to clean out the kidneys, making sure you have sparkly and healthy kidneys.

And your diet is certainly something to consider in all of this.

Thanks, and have a great day!

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