Does Melamine Dishes Increase the Risk of Kidney Stones?

A new study finds that the melamine in some of the dishes may increase the risk of kidney stones.

The Web site, “Life Science” U.S., researchers at the University of “kawseiongh” in Taiwan, conducted their study on 12 men and a woman unharmed ate hot noodle soup in a bowl made from either melamine or ceramic.

The urine samples were collected participants within 12 hours after eating the soup.

After 3 weeks participants took the same type of soup, but the type of different from Akassaat. Then collected urine samples as well.

It turns out that the level of melamine in the urine within 12 hours of eating the soup, was 8.35 micrograms when those who had Bkassaat of this kind, but when the other group was 1.3 micrograms.

Scientists say the entry of melamine into the body can cause kidney pebble, and perhaps even kidney damage or even cause cancer


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  1. Kidney stones typically leave the body by passage in the urine stream, and many stones are formed and passed without causing symptoms. If stones grow to sufficient size (usually at least 3 millimeters (0.12 in)) they can cause obstruction of the ureter.

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