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low Oxlate diet

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by A zombie, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. A zombie

    A zombie

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    Can anyone asset with helping me navigate through a low OX diet? believe ox to be causing lots of issues.Is there a good website for recipes???
     
  2. shannah

    shannah Senior Member

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    The best place I know of is this Yahoo group where the list owner is also a researcher into oxalate.

    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups...RzZWMDdnRsBHNsawN2Z2hwBHN0aW1lAzE0NTM4Mzk4NzU-

    I've gone this route and it is a lot of work but they are very helpful. They have extensive food lists broken down with oxalate values and do regular testing on foods. They also have some very knowledgeable people and recipe files.
     
  3. A zombie

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    i tried the group before and i just found it very hard to navigate through. It was more frustrating than anything.
     
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    alicec Senior Member

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    Yes it is. I've attached my own summary of foods based on data from the group. It is not meant to be exhaustive, just foods I might want to eat. Nor to I include all oxalate values. I've tried to create easy categories that will result in a medium oxalate diet without going to too much trouble. I do indicate some values to indicate things like the effect of cooking methods.

    I've also attached my summary of info on oxalates taken from the group and website.
     

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  5. A zombie

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    thank you, yes that group is impossible to follow and is more frustrating than anything...I will check out your files, thanks. I feel like there is a lot of contradicting info out there
     
  6. A zombie

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    WOW, thanks , this is great, and so comprehensive ;)just printed it!!!!!! TY!
    another question, and i will make a new thread for this, but i just got new HCL . I have drops from Dr Clark. They don't say the mg's , but to not exceed 45 drops a day.
    I started HCL a few days ago (using up the last of an older container) i only had enough for two days . i was taking 4 caps per meal and i didnt feel the burn... i then ran out.I just received Dr clarks drops.
    I took 15 drops before the meal. My head hurts V bad after dinner (chicken /rice /coconut milk soup kinda thing) and i was slightly itchy and nose had a little drip. Not dripping. I was leaning towards histamine, which ui'm so hoping its not as i cant handle another thing... another restriction...
    i wondered if i took too high of dose of the HCL and headache is a reaction???
     

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