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Re: Does anyone know what a low oxalate diet consists of?

Posted By: Joan
Date: April-02, 1998 at 09:35:57

In Response To: Does anyone know what a low oxalate diet consists of? (Denise)

I'm basing this on info on reducing kidney stones, because that too is a low oxalate diet. Some of the Oxalate Avoids (either the food contains oxalate or induces the body to make oxalate) are asparagus, beets, eggs, fish, parsley, rhubarb, sorrel, spinach, swiss chard, and other vegetables of the cabbage family (broccoli, cauliflower, etc.). However, parsley is actually used to help eliminate gallstones/kidney stones.
That list wipes out a lot of otherwise HB veggies for most blood types, so I hope someone will come up with other recommendations for the conditions you mention. Fibromyalgia has been discussed somewhat, so a Search of the website may turn up other info.

Best wishes on finding what really works.



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