Frequently Asked Questions
How much does the program cost?
189.00 for lifetime access to my 5-part video course and one month (20 calls) of access to live group calls with Jill. During these calls, you will learn how to make the most of your doctor visits, understand the importance of testing, understand your lab results, and learn how to implement the Kidney Stone Diet. This would be $1,300 if you worked with Jill privately!
I make stones that are hard to prevent. How will I benefit?
Not all stones can be prevented, but the majority can be. Even if you make a type that is considered rare, you will still benefit from the course. The information given will help educate, empower, and motivate you to learn how to reduce your current stone type. And teach you good eating habits for general health!
I've not done a 24hr urine collection, should I wait to buy the course?
You do not need to do a urine collection to make use of the education provided in the course.
I lost so much weight off my Keto (or Whole 30) diet but my doc says this probably caused the stone. Will I have to stop it?
I will help tweak your diet so you can be as compliant as possible with Keto or Whole 30 without increasing your risk for stones.
I was not given a treatment plan. Will this course still work for me?
Whether you have been given a treatment plan or not, the course is designed to show you how to incorporate more fluids and healthier foods into your lifestyle that will help curb most stone formation. It will also help you understand what you should be asking your doctor and how to navigate doctor visits in general so you can do everything necessary in order to be prescribed a treatment plan.
I'm on a treatment plan but still make stones. How will this help?
Many patients try to implement treatment plans on their own. However, many times you don’t know what you don’t know. This course will break down how to really follow a low salt diet, what to do when you go out to eat, what oxalate list is the right one, and how do you really get all these changes straight. This course is designed to leave no stone unturned. Sorry, bad pun!
Why should I trust you?
For the past 20 years of my nursing career, I have worked alongside world-renowned University of Chicago nephrologist, Dr. Fred Coe, to educate thousands of patients on kidney stone prevention.
I have published several articles on the University of Chicago website (kidneystones.uchicago.edu) and educate other healthcare professionals on the importance of stone prevention.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
I am committed to helping you prevent kidney stones. With your shared commitment, I will teach you everything you need to know to reduce the risk of forming new stones.
Watch the videos, join the calls. At the end of our time together, if you can tell me you did the work and didn’t get the education you need, I’ll give you every penny back.
What Others Say
“Thank you , Jill Harris!! I just had an appointment with my new urologist here in Boston to review my ultrasound for stones. Great news…NO stones! I have lived with these for 15 years! The diet works !! Thank you for your education and commitment to helping us! ❤️😊🙌🏻”
“A year ago today I made one of the best decisions of my life—I bought Jill’s video course. I had just spent a month recovering from a 5-day hospitalization for sepsis, lithotripsy, and so on.
My urologist had given me the oxalate list and, as a vegan, I was sure that I was going to have to starve to death. I was totally overwhelmed and hopeless. When I finally found the Kidney Stone Diet webpage, I thought “maybe there is a way to do this”, but I was really hesitant to spend the money. My sister pushed me saying “how much did your last kidney stone cost you?”. So I signed up. Little did I know how much my life would change.
A year ago I weighed 250 pounds, wore a size 22, took medications for blood pressure and thyroid, and was a total couch potato. Today I weigh 159 pounds, wear a size 10, take no medications, am a little obsessive about exercise. I even took up tap dancing! My urologist gave me an “A+” on my last 24-hour urine and there are no signs of stones.
Jill will say “you did all the hard work”, but I don’t think I could have done it without her and all of the participants in the group accountability calls. I am so very grateful to have all of them in my life!!!
—Kidney Stone Prevention Course Member