Rather than having to undergo treatment, it is best to avoid kidney stones in the first place when possible. It can be especially helpful to drink more water, since low fluid intake and dehydration are major risk factors for kidney stone formation.
Depending on the cause of the kidney stones and an individual's medical history, changes in the diet or medications are sometimes recommended to decrease the likelihood of developing further kidney stones. If one has passed a stone, it can be particularly helpful to have it analyzed in a laboratory to determine the precise type of stone so specific prevention measures can be considered.
People who have a tendency to form calcium oxalate kidney stones may be advised to limit their consumption of foods high in oxalate, such as spinach, rhubarb, Swiss chard, beets, wheat germ, and peanuts. Also drinking lemon juice or lemonade may be helpful in preventing kidney stones.
What is the prognosis for kidney stones?
Most kidney stones will pass on their own, and successful treatments have been developed to remove larger stones or stones that do not pass. People who have had a kidney stone remain at risk for future stones throughout their lives.
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Tuesday, August 05, 2008
The New York Times Declares Beets an "Improbable Superfood"
Here at Beet.TV we eat beets whenever we can. We've always loved to grill, boil and juice them. Now, it seems that our little root vegetable is getting some press for their taste and super nutritional value.
We were pleased to see that The New York Times providing extensive coverage of our root veggie. Writes Martha Rose Schulman in yesterday's paper:
"It’s easy to love fresh beets, and not just for their nutritional advantages. Beets have an earthy, hard-to-define flavor like no other vegetable’s, one reason they so often appear on high-end restaurant menus."
Seems that the online chatter about beets has heated up since Tara Parker-Pope wrote a column last month pondering why beets don't get more respect. Turns our namesake is loaded with nutrients and phytochemicals. Tara calls beets an "improbable superfood."
Earlier The Times listed the "11 Best Foods You Aren't Eating" -- and beets occupied the number one spot.
At this time of year, there is an abundance of fresh beets at the nearby farmers market in Union Square.
Kelsey went over to market the other day to interview beet grower Nevia No of Yuno's Farm.
Believe in beets!
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
We thought we'd start off the year with a detox recipe that is both delicious and cleansing for the body. This Beet Edamame Mint Salad with Lemon Flax Dressing does the trick. Distributed by Tubemogul.
We were delighted to hear about Michelle Obama's plans for an organic vegetable garden on the White House grounds. But were dismayed, along with many foodie bloggers, to learn that beets are not a among the 55 varieties of vegetables planned for the garden.
Tara Parker-Pope reported on this in The New York Times reported earlier this week.
Not sure if this is part of the President's stated dislike of the our favorite root vegetable, but we hope not. Beets are "the new super food" -- very healthy and delicious.
We suggest the White House plant heirloom beets (see them in this salad on this page), the small ones brought over from France about 35 years ago. For more about these tiny, tasty beets, I interviewed famed Santa Monica/New York chef/restaurateur/uber foodie Michael McCarty of Michael's.
Hey Mr. President, EAT BEETS!
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
*******celticozarkgarden.blogspot**** A video by Ray Province of the Celtic Ozark Garden to how to grow beets.
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*******www****anicauthority****/organic-food-recipes/salads/roasted-organic-beet-salad-with-aged-goat-cheese.html This is a colorful and tasty salad recipe.
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The songs, Na Soo and Busy Bee, were written by the great singer and song writer Honey Beet.
All types of ways to beet it.