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RESEARCH PAPER
Year : 2017  |  Volume : 6  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 10-16

Sustainable prevention of renal calculus in urinary system


Dissertation Written Under Supervision of Prof. Dr Danuta Rosolowska, Huszcz at Warsaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW, Faculty of Nutrition and Consumer Sciences

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Barbara Pyszczuk
Dissertation Written Under Supervision of Prof. Dr Danuta Rosolowska, Huszcz at Warsaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW, Faculty of Nutrition and Consumer Sciences

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Introduction: Kidney stone (renal calculus, lat. nephrolithasis, urolithasis) is the third most frequent urinary disease. It occurs on the entire world and affects up to 5% of the population between 30 and 50 years old which indicates that the disease is a serious social issue. A significant role in ethiology of the disease is a diet. Aim: The prevention of kidney stones in urinary system and their recurrence. Dietary recommendations in kidney stone may vary depending on the kind of kidney stones. Proper nutrition in people suffering from renal calculus may be crucial in treatment. The diet ought to cover an individual's calorie requirement and provide proper and balanced amount of macro-and micro-nutrients. The patient has to be provided with carefully elaborated diet plan according to their individual needs regarding renal function, age, nutritional condition and metabolic disorders. Since there is no way to analyze the precipitation, making particular nutrition recommendations is not always possible thus, there have been elaborated nutrition guidelines to prevent kidney stones. Conclusion: The most effective way of prevention of renal calculus is limiting the intake of animal proteins, increasing the consumption of fruit and vegetables, decreasing the amount of salt in diet, regulated intake of calcium and proper hydration of the system.


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