Oxalates in food
For several months I have had kidney stone symptoms. I am waiting on a test to be authorized. In the meantime I have been researching low oxalate foods. All of my favorite foods appear to be loaded with oxalates: beets and beet greens, spinich, sweet potatoes, nuts, sesame seeds, garbonzo beans…..what is really confusing me is all the conflicting information. On some lists sunflower seeds are low others very high….I bought a bulk supply of mung beans and split peas because a list said the are low in oxalates, but now I am finding other lists that say they are high. Pumpkin also has conflicting results…..at this point I am afraid to eat anything!