Use Vitamin A for Kidney Stones

Use Vitamin A for Kidney Stones

Use Vitamin A for Kidney Stones

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Should you use vitamin A for kidney stones? Here’s what you need to know.

0:00 Vitamin A and kidney stones
0:42 Why vitamin A may help
2:28 Decrease the risk of kidney stones

If you have a kidney stone or you’re a stone former, this video is for you. There is some interesting data that actually shows that a vitamin A deficiency can greatly increase your risk of getting a bladder stone and a kidney stone. The study that I referenced also shows that taking vitamin A may decrease your risk for bladder stones and kidney stones. We’re going to primarily focus on the calcium oxalate stone, which is the most common kidney stone.

When you’re deficient in vitamin A, several things can occur, such as:
1. Lower creatinine
2. Lower glycosaminoglycans
3. Lower phosphates
4. High calcium
5. High oxalates
6. High uric acid

There is a huge connection between a deficiency in vitamin A and many factors that can potentially lead to a kidney stone. To help decrease the risk of kidney stones, you may want to take vitamin A.

I’m not talking about the vitamin A in vegetables because that is previtamin A (not the active form). The active form of vitamin A is called retinol. You may also want to take something called chondroitin sulfate, which might give you the edge you need to really help prevent kidney stones.

A few great sources of retinol (the active form of vitamin A):
• Cod liver oil
• Beef kidney (grass-fed)

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