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1.Kidney Stones supplements in Calcium Supplements Review *
2.Kidney Stones supplements in Vitamin D Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamin K, Magnesium, and Boron) *
3.Kidney Stones supplements in Vitamin C Supplements Review *
4.Kidney Stones supplements in Green Tea Review: Supplements, Brewable, Matcha, and Bottled *
5.Kidney Stones supplements in Potassium Supplements Review *
6.Kidney Stones supplements in Turmeric and Curcumin Supplements and Spices Review *
7.Kidney Stones supplements in Plant-Based Milks (Almond, Cashew, Coconut, Flax, Hemp, Macademia, Oat, Pea, and Soy) *
8.Kidney Stones supplements in Dark Chocolates, Cocoa & Cacao Powders, Nibs, and Supplements Review -- Sources of Flavanols
9.Kidney Stones supplements in Coconut Waters Review
10.Kidney Stones supplements in Magnesium Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamins D & K, and Boron) *
11.Kidney Stones supplements in Choline Supplements Review (Including Phosphatidylcholine, CDP-Choline, and Alpha-GPC)  *
12.Kidney Stones supplements in Multivitamin and Multimineral Supplements Review *
13.Kidney Stones supplements in Greens and Whole Food Powders and Capsules *
14.Kidney Stones supplements in Protein Powders, Shakes, and Drinks Review *


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1.Kidney Stones
2.Phyllanthus
3.Bladder Infection
4.Preventive Medicine
5.Acetaminophen
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1.Can coconut water prevent or dissolve kidney stones? 
2.After developing kidney stones, I was told to avoid tea -- but recently I've heard that green tea might actually be helpful for kidney stones. Is that true? 
3.Can taking certain forms of potassium, such as potassium citrate, reduce my chances of getting kidney stones? I've read a study that says it can, but it's unclear how much I should take. 
4.Do turmeric and curcumin supplements contain significant amounts of oxalates? Can this increase my risk of kidney stones? 
5.Can lemon juice, lemonade, or other juices reduce my chances of getting kidney stones?  
6.I'm a middle-aged healthy woman who gets occasional urinary tract infections. I heard that cranberry juice or cranberry supplements can help prevent the condition. Is this true?
7.Can cocoa and chocolate cause kidney stones? 
8.Are plant-based calcium supplements, like AlgaeCal, better than regular calcium supplements?
9.Can beetroot juice or supplements help lower my blood pressure?
10.Can vitamin C from a supplement cause blood in the urine and painful urination?
11.Does taking one slow-release calcium tablet of 600 mg (such as Citracal) per day pose a risk for heart disease? 
12.Is it safe to take curcumin or turmeric supplements for a long period of time?
13.What are the health benefits of dark chocolate?
14.I was surprised when my doctor told me to stop taking supplements because my kidney function was low. But after stopping the supplements, my kidney function returned to normal. Can taking a lot of supplements really damage the kidneys? 
15.It is okay to add milk to green tea?  
16.Is it safer to get calcium from foods than from supplements? How about from calcium-fortified orange juice and non-dairy milks? 
17.How much calcium from supplements is too much? 
18.I take 1000 mg of a high-absorption curcumin extract. It seems to be working, but would it be safe to take a larger dose? 
19.What are the side effects of curcumin and turmeric? 
20.Is it possible to take too much vitamin C? 
21.Are cranberry supplements helpful for men? Can they help with symptoms of an enlarged prostate, prostatitis, or urinary tract infections?  
22.Do any supplements help prevent or treat osteoporosis? 
23.Is it better to get vitamins from foods or supplements, and are natural vitamins better than synthetic vitamins? 


Clinical Updates Found:
2020 05/12/2020Low-Cal Orange Juice For Kidney Stones?
2018 12/09/2018Vitamin C and Kidney Damage
 09/11/2018High-Dose Vitamin D Risk
2015 10/14/2015Calcium Supplements Increase Kidney Stone Growth
2014 06/20/2014Too Much Calcium for Some?
2011 07/20/2011Kidney Stones Linked to Calcium and Vitamin D Supplementation


Recalls and Warnings Found:
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1.FDA Warns Seller of Arthritis, Blood Pressure, Diabetes Supplements For Making Drug Claims (10/18/2017)
2.Seller of Vitamin C, Calcium, Mushroom Supplements and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations (05/30/2017)
3.Weight Supplements Found to Contain Antidepressant and Other Prescription Drugs (12/01/2015)
4.Seller of Antioxidant Water, Energy Drops Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (02/24/2015)
5.Seller of Sexual Enhancement, Cholesterol, Resveratrol Supplements and More Warned For Drug Claims (05/23/2013)


News Releases Found:
2019 04/25/2019Best Coconut Water? ConsumerLab Tests Popular Products, Reveals Top Pick
2017 05/26/2017ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal the Best Calcium Supplements
 03/15/2017ConsumerLab.com Reveals Best and Worst Vitamin C Supplements -- 20% Fail ConsumerLab.com Tests of Quality
2014 02/13/2014Calcium, Vitamin C, and Fish Oil Supplements Drop in Use, Probiotics Rise According to ConsumerLab.com Survey
 01/29/2014You May Be Getting More Vitamin C Than You Think from Some Supplements, Cautions ConsumerLab.com -- 27% of Vitamin C Supplements Don't Meet Label Claims in Recent Tests --
2006 03/13/2006ConsumerLab.com reports on supplements for bone health containing calcium and vitamin D— Results posted for 32 supplements for adults and children; One found contaminated with lead


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