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Oxalates and Chronic Disease

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By Julie Matthews, CNC New science and clinical experience reveal concerns about oxalates that far exceed traditional kidney stone pathology. In order to best support their patients and clients, integrative practitioners, and especially diet and nutrition specialists, would benefit from greater understanding of their influence. Oxalates present in our bodies as sharp crystals or crystalline structures with jagged edges that cause pain, irritation, and distress. They are highly reactive molecules that can bind with certain minerals, particularly calcium and magnesium, as well as iron and...

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