5 Ways to Reduce Oxalates in Your Diet
Looking to get rid of the oxalates that might be compromising your health? Join Wana + nutritionist, Monica Attinger to learn 5 easy ways to reduce oxalates in your diet and stay healthy.
1. Eat low oxalate foods (i.e. animal foods).
Think dairy, meat, fish, and eggs.
2. Calcium and Magensium.
Take a calcium or a magnesium supplement just before your meal. This will help bind the oxalate in the gut.
3. Go slow.
Don’t cut out oxalate from your diet all at once. Lean into this.
4. Avoid "oxolate dumping".
Eat high oxalate foods or reduced servings every other day in the beginning to avoid "oxolate dumping".
5. Epsom salt baths.
Try epsom salt baths. This will gently support you as your excrete oxalate.
"I suspect the biggest challenge with oxalate is that it is a long term process to get rid of it. What I say to clients is that it is a marathon, and not a sprint! The more fragile your health is now, the more slowly (and carefully) you need to proceed." -Monique Attinger, nutritionist
What is Wana?
Wana: We Are Not Alone is the community for chronic conditions – an app enabling people with chronic and invisible conditions to connect and share information. Our mission is to destigmatize chronic illness and provide you with the support you need on your healing journey. Download the app here.
Wana does not directly support any claims made within this content. These are the views of the individual/organization represented.