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How to skip stones April 9, 2009

Posted by paripl110707 in Dunking Tea Bag, More Oxalate, Regular Drinking.
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If you have a family history of kidney stones, you may want to cut down on drinking regular tea, which is loaded with calcium oxalate, the ingredient in most kidney stones.  Or you can switch your Earl Grey in the morning?  Then at least don’t dunk the bag so much.  Researchers from Canada said you may reduce your risk of kidney stones by refraining from dunking your tea bag or stirring your tea while it’s brewing or steeping it too long, since all these things drive more oxalate out of the leaves and into your cup.

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