Low Oxalate Resources
Here is information and resources to learn more about reducing oxalates in your diet. The best way to prevent or treat oxalate overload is to reduce the consumption of high oxalate food. Join the Facebook group linked below or work with a Low Oxalate Nutritionist for more information and to work with your particular needs.
Mary Ruth Organics:
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Multi Mineral: Klaire Labs Multi-Mineral Complex Without Iron – Hypoallergenic Blend with Copper & Zinc.
Epson Salt and Baking Soda. Add to water to soak in the bathtub or for a foot soak.
This is an excellent group and the Moderators are very helpful. You can find a spreadsheet with oxalate values for many, many foods and receive help for your questions.
“The Low-Oxalate Anti-Inflammatory Cookbook” by Cindy Bokma
The single most important advice for anyone who is looking to reduce oxalate in your diet: REDUCE YOUR OXALATE INTAKE SLOWLY, particularly if you’ve been eating a very high oxalate diet or you have significant health issues! Please join the Facebook group linked above or work with a Low Oxalate Nutritionist for more information.
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