Was trying to refresh my memory on Biochemistry and found this.
The Metabolic Effects of Low-carbohydrate Diets and
Incorporation into a Biochemistry Course
Is old but is not a bad read.
Certainly the kidneys work
harder and excrete more nitrogen when protein is elevated
in the diet; however, the only changes researchers have
observed associated with low-carbohydrate diets have
been limited to increased glomerular filtration (considered
benign) and lower calcium levels
This is why I said when you eat chicken bone-in or other meats bone-in, slow cook them and eat joints and bones if possible.
FYI, healthy recipes I love;
Baking soda(Sodium bicarbonate) + psyllium hydrophilic mucilloid => Sodium + Carbonate + fiber
Slow cook greasy meat bone-in tomato soup => calcium, joints, protein + fat + some carb + NaCl(some) + potassium + oiled lycopene
Supermarket 8 piece fried chicken => calcium, joints, protein + fat + some carb + NaCl(some)
Do not over rely on over counter calcium tablets.