One in ten adults will experience stones in their lifetime. If you are reading this, you are likely one of them. Kidney stones are extremely painful, and if you’ve had them once, there’s a high chance of reoccurrence. Understanding how kidney stones form is a crucial factor in learning how to manage and prevent them. Simply put, kidney stones form when your urine contains more crystal-forming substances than the fluid in your urine can dilute. These crystal-forming substances can include calcium, oxalate, and uric acid. Most individuals who form kidney stones lack the elements in their urine that prevent these crystals from sticking together, and this ultimately creates the ideal environment for kidney stones to form. Knowing this, Dr. Trotter was determined to find the best solution for reducing the risk of reoccurring stones.
The journey for a solution
Dr. Michael Trotter began his journey to find the ideal kidney health supplement while sitting by the lake on a hot summer day. A group of close friends and loved ones expressed the need for a simple solution for their painful kidney stones. That was all it took. After that day, Dr. Trotter knew he had to find an answer, and he did. He worked diligently to form the perfect effervescent tablet that would not only provide consumers with the needed minerals to reduce the risk of stones but also encourage much needed regular hydration with a refreshing taste. While it was developed to combat kidney stones, they are equally important for those with an active lifestyle. The electrolytes in each KSPtab are essential to muscle recovery, managing lactic acid, and staying hydrated.
What are stone inhibitors?
The majority of kidney stones are calcium oxalate stones. High levels of oxalate and low urine levels cause crystals to form in your kidneys. As a result, these crystals stick together and begin to form stones. The natural stone inhibitors found in KSPtabs dramatically reduce your risk of developing stones by providing natural stone inhibitors such as potassium citrate, magnesium, and B6. Citrate is the #1 stone inhibitor. Most stone producing people do not produce or store enough citrate in their bodies, therefore, making it easier for stones to form. Magnesium binds to oxalate in the digestive system inhibiting the formation of calcium oxalate in the urine. B6 works to decrease oxalate production, therefore keeping your urine less saturated with crystal-forming substances.
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