It’s no secret that kidney stone formers love lemon — not just for its refreshing taste, but also for its citrate content. After all, increasing levels of urinary citrate can help to deter calcium and uric acid stone formation. However, when citrate is in its acidic form (e.g. in lemon juice), the human body is unable to metabolize it efficiently. That’s where alkali citrate comes in!
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