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Dietary Content of Refined Carbohydrate: An Explanation for the “Stone-Wave” and Apparent Immunity to Renal Stone?

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Andersen (1972) suggested that dietary structure provided the base line of stone incidence within any community, other factors playing either positive or negative roles and that, if this were correct, a biochemical pathway must be demonstrable between the structure of the diet, the resultant composition of the urine and the prevalence and composition of stones.

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  • Calcium Oxalate
  • Renal Stone
  • Calcium Oxalate Stone
  • Dietary Sugar
  • Cereal Fibre

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Blacklock, N.J. (1976). Dietary Content of Refined Carbohydrate: An Explanation for the “Stone-Wave” and Apparent Immunity to Renal Stone?. In: Fleisch, H., Robertson, W.G., Smith, L.H., Vahlensieck, W. (eds) Urolithiasis Research. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-4295-3_61

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