Some fruit juices are better than others against kidney stones

03/2/2010 | NYTimes.com

Fruit juices contain citrate, which can reduce the formation of kidney stones. Studies have found that three glasses of orange juice daily are the best prevention, while grapefruit juice raises the risk of developing kidney stones.

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