Vitamin can cause kidney stones
Dr. Alexander Myasnikov announced that vitamin C can cause kidney stones.
Myasnikov points out in a television program that excessive intake of vitamin C can lead to the formation of kidney stones.
“Many people take large doses of vitamin C during the cold season or when they have a cold,” he says. After all, few people know that excessive consumption of this vitamin can stimulate the formation of kidney stones.
And he adds: if we want to get the most benefit from vitamin C, we should not buy it in pharmacies, but should “eat it with a spoon.” That is, obtaining it from food materials and foods containing it, such as vegetables and fruits such as kiwi, strawberries, sweet peppers and others.
Myasnikov mentioned in a previous program that rose hips and sauerkraut contain a high percentage of nutrients.
Source: News. RU