On a few of the message boards I frequent, I heard about something called an “OAT test” which I had no clue about. It made me think of oatmeal and I immediately imagined a canister of Quaker oats. Sidebar: I miss oatmeal. Its high in oxalates, even the gluten free kind. Anyway… OAT is most… Read More What is an OATS test?
If you have suffered from one of the most insidious things- Candida- then you probably are well acquainted with the highly restrictive diet. Curing a candida overgrowth is a challenge since our bodies are supposed to have candida, its when it begins to grow out of control when the problems start…and never end. Here’s an… Read More The Candida Diet OR You Can’t Eat Anything
I just read an article from a paleo blogger that has me so angry! She discusses the idea of oxalates and how there is not enough evidence about them to conclude they are problematic for people. She discusses something called an “oxalate sensitivity” and says that people are being scared away from nutritious… Read More There’s No Such Thing As An “Oxalate Sensitivity”
When I stumble upon a good article about oxalates, I want to share it with you. I think that as people start learning about oxalates, they will be searching for information and I’d love to help you find good articles and help. I like to research and lately I have been consumed with… Read More Oxalate Overload
I spent a good portion of my day yesterday trying to find blogs that are geared towards those of us who are watching oxalates, and aside from the more medically geared sites, there’s very few! Why so little info on oxalates? Do you think its because oxalates are not well known yet? There are… Read More Nephure for Oxalates
I write a lot about oxalates, these little anti-nutrients found in many healthy foods like common and fruits and vegetables. I found some really interesting information and wanted to pass it along. I think oxalates are going to soon be the next gluten– something to avoid, or at least watch your intake. They have the… Read More Symptoms of Oxalate and Salicylate Sensitivity