Low-Medium Oxalate

Oxalates are found in food as well as made in our bodies (byproducts of the metabolism of ascorbate, glyoxylate, and glycine). Oxalates (oxalic acid) bind with minerals (such as calcium, magnesium, and iron) in the intestines reducing their absorption (excreted in the stool) but when oxalates are absorbed unbound they may lead to increased urinary oxalate levels which has been associated with increased risk of calcium oxalate kidney stones in some individuals.

Including a diverse array of vegetables as part of a low oxalate lifestyle helps to provide the vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytonutrients your body needs.

We've curated a collection of vegetables low oxalate vegetables.

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