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Kidney Stones: How To Treat Kidney Stones: How To Prevent Kidney Stones | Paperback

by Ace McCloud (Author)

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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Pro Mastery Publishing
Page Count:  24 Pages
Publication Date:  March 17, 2017
Sales Rank:  469250th


Product Description
There is help for kidney stones!Whether you want to (1) relieve the excruciating pain, (2) discover a treatment that works, or (3) prevent a recurrence of kidney stones, this book will teach you everything you need to know.Kidney stones are a real pain!Discover a wealth of wisdom to treat kidney stones or prevent them from forming in the first place! This book covers all-natural methods you can use at home, as well as some of the best medical options available for treating kidney stones. Discover time-tested preventative techniques that help stop them from forming in the first place!Eliminate kidney stones with less pain.Use foods you already have or items that are readily available, to heal your body. In addition to natural remedies, you will find important information regarding each modern medical technique generally available, so that you know what to expect from each type of treatment.Prevent kidney stones.Take steps now to prevent what can be one of the most painful experiences of your life! I’ve included strategies that have proved the most helpful to many people; see what will work for you. Discover how simple lifestyle adjustments can make all the difference in the world. Learn which foods to eat and which to avoid.What Will You Discover About Kidney Stones? The causes of kidney stones. How to prevent kidney stones. The best all-natural ways to treat kidney stones. Modern medical breakthroughs for kidney stones. The best foods that help prevent kidney stones. You Will Also Learn: All-natural pain reduction methods for kidney stones. Yoga and exercises for kidney stones. How to properly hydrate yourself to prevent kidney stone formation. Exercises tailored to prevent – and treat – kidney stones. Discover the best ways to treat and prevent kidney stones. Stop suffering: Buy It Now!


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