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Kelly can be found at the 'politically incorrect' Kelly the Kitchen Kop blog, and she loves helping others with all she's learned from her own family's bumpy transition to real food. Kelly and her husband have been married 27 years and have four kids. She also blogs at the Christianity 101 blog, but only occasionally since they began their crazy homeschooling journey a few years ago! Read more about Kelly here.

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  1. His links were right on with one thing, but I am not sure there was enough emphasis to highlight this: a no-carb diet can have a diuretic effect. Anyone who is dehydrated is at higher risk of developing kidney stones. Naturally this could be helped by drinking a lot more water. It isnt really an issue with kidney damage or eating a higher ratio protein to carbohydrate, but rather an issue of simply not getting enough water. Dehydration can happen to anyone regardless of diet.

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