Ingredients and Research
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Keeping Your Kidneys Balanced

LithoBalance™ is a powder supplement, pink lemonade formula, you mix in water daily. It contains Potassium – Magnesium Citrate and Vitamin B6, all clinically dosed ingredients shown to reduce the formation and risk of mineral crystals. 

Interesting fact: a study conducted on 247 patients showed Potassium- Magnesium Citrate and Vitamin B6 prophylaxis was effective in reducing the occurrence of calcium oxalate and phosphate urolithiasis “kidney stones” by more than 67%.1 LithoBalance’s active ingredients are identical to this referenced clinical research study.

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Kidney with kidney stones

The Key Ingredients

Citrate in the form of magnesium or potassium attaches to calcium in the urine and has been shown to inhibit the formation of mineral crystals. Citrate also reduces urine acidity, thus minimizing the formation of certain less common mineral crystals.

Magnesium citrate binds to oxalate in the digestive tract, thus inhibiting the formation of calcium oxalate crystals.

Potassium citrate is used to minimize the effect of increased blood pressure, as seen with sodium citrate.1 This mechanism supports healthy kidney function.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) deficiency affects as much as 29% of US adults. Low vitamin B6 levels increase urine oxalate, which is a component of mineral crystals. Numerous studies have shown an increase in vitamin B6 reduces the risk of kidney stone formation.2,6

What The Research Shows

  1. Reddy, et al. Effect of Potassium Magnesium Citrate and Vitamin B-6 Prophylaxis for recurrent and Multiple Calcium Oxalate and Phosphate Urolithiasis. K. Journal of Urology (KJU). (2014) Jun; 55(6): 411-416 View Article 
  2. Gershoff & Prein. Effect of Daily MgO and Vitamin B6 Administration to Patients with Recurring Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stones. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. (1967) May; 20(5): 393–399 View Article
  3. Gul & Monga. Medical and Dietary Therapy for Kidney Stone Prevention. K. Journal of Urology (KJU) (2014) Dec; 55(12): 775–779 View Article
  4. Johansson, et al. Effects of Magnesium Hydroxide in Renal Stone Disease. J Am Coll Nutr. (1982); 1(2):179-85 View Article
  5. Phillips, et al. Citrate salts for Preventing and Treating Calcium Containing Kidney Stones in Adults. Cochran Library Wiley. October 6, 2015 View Article
  6. Curhan, et al. Intake of Vitamins B6 and C and the Risk of Kidney Stones in Women. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN). (1999) April 1, 10(4):840-845 View Article 

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