Since oxalate urine testing isn’t always reflective of what’s going on inside your body, one of the best ways to determine whether oxalates are a problem is by significantly reducing your intake. Then, see if your symptoms subside over time.

The goal is to get down to approximately 40 – 60 mg of oxalates per day. However, it’s important to reduce your intake slowly. Because a drastic drop can be dangerous, which is why I always recommend working with a professional.

On a low oxalate diet, it’s also important to drink plenty of water to help eliminate oxalates through your urine.

If you decide to try a low oxalate diet, you’ll want to start by slowly eliminating certain foods.

One thought on “Oxalates and Your Food

  1. Lori says:

    Your presentation on Oxalates was one of the best I’ve seen. I’ve read your book and tested positive for gluten sensitivity and following your protocol. I’m suffering from a lot of muscle, joint and digestive pain. I tested positive for Oxalates and at the same time I continue to test low for vit c. With covid worries I’ve been taking more C than usual but feel worse. Your presentation opened my eyes on this. I’m scared to stop taking all vit C but until I get the Oxalates issue resolved wondered what was best to eat or take to keep immune system strong?

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