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Hey guys!!!

I just spoke to a lady yesterday at a health food store that is listed under Dr. D's "practitioners."
Regarding my painful foot and ankle ligaments, and thyroid imbalance, she started talking about me removing oxylates from my diet to soothe my thyroid, and in turn, my ligaments.
Now, a lot of soothing has happened when I removed flouride from my water sources.
However, I'm wondering about individual oxylate foods and how they impact A, B, O comparatively, or even by Genotype.
What I'm noticing is that most irritating to my ligaments and thyroid are the deep leafy greens, soy products, and chocolate.

I was really unhappy to see beans on one list....so I gave em a final go round, and they only produced "soft ache" in my ligaments the next day, and the feet and ankles are totally flexible, not stiffened up with pain or swelling.

Care to share any oxylate "adventures" with me -- either omitting them, or adding them back on to your diet????


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Seraffa, if I start feeling I'm getting too much, I simply back off a few days. Dr. D. posted some comments a very long time ago about this, and his take on it was (if I remember correctly!) that the benefits of those foods were so great that he thought that outweighed removing them from our diets. So that is what I have done - eat them but back off if the symptoms start showing up. I must say, I can eat a LOT of them before that happens! Thankfully!  Hope this helps.


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Avoiding oxalates, unless medically necessary due to kidney stones or whatever, seems like a waste of time and a boring way to eat, to say the least.  

You can't have a flavone (anti-oxidant) rich food without it almost always being an oxalate rich food as well. While not great in high amounts for people who have kidney stones (and even then just about the only people who do go on to form stones have metabolic syndrome), oxalic acids do possess anticancer effects, increase intracellular energy and lower p-glycoprotein.

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Yeah Lola its from those pages where ibread that everything except the greens and cocos has to be soaked prior to cooking. I just don't have my slow cooker at home yet to do the beans. Carrots? I never knew. I guess they might not soak the almonds beforehand in conventional almond milk? But its all I have on the run instead of soymilk.

Good lord I feel like I'd be shackled to the kitchen day in and out


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I was horrified 'way back when I first started reading about oxalates, and there was such a multitude of foods containing them on my BT diet - this was a long time before SWAMI. I was going on so about it Dr. D. posted words to the effect that I already posted here. I have not worried about it since. My SWAMI has loads of these foods still. We just had delicious fresh kale for dinner tonight. Oh, it was wonderful!


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