Stones are small, hard deposits that form in the kidneys or gallbladder. They develop when there is a decrease in urine or an increase in certain substances, such as minerals and salts. Changes in diet can help prevent them. Stones can cause extreme pain and occur in around 9% of women and 19% of men in the United States, according to the National Kidney Foundation.
In this course, we outline some of the dietary choices a person can make to reduce the risk of developing kidney and gall stones, including foods to eat and avoid.
- Understand the cause of occurrence of kidney and gall stones.
- Types of stones formed in the kidney and gall bladder.
- Find ways to prevent the risk of stone formation.
- Role of diet in preventing the occurrence of stones.
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Certificate will be awarded to all candidates upon completion of the course.