LOSE IT The Low Carb & Paleo Way

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Q I have a history of kidney stones. My most recent blood results indicated that my kidneys are no longer in distress and functioning optimally, but I am still concerned that eating low-carb is not advisable for anyone with a history of kidney problems.

The development of kidney stones is certainly a concern if you’re switching to a diet in

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