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Bloating on a Low Carb, High Fat Diet?

Why it happens and what we can do about it. Transcript: So today I want to touch on a panel this often considered a mystery but needn't be. And that's the pattern of bloating that remains or indeed gets worse when we adopt a low
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Oxalates FAQs

  Why are oxalates a problem?   Oxalates serve no purpose in the body. However, they can cause serious problems and tend to do so in four ways: via crystal formation and subsequent interaction with immune cells, cause pronounced inflammation. This¬† can result in irritation

Soluble vs Insoluble Oxalates: What’s the Difference?

While oxalates can be formed in a number of ways (eg. when amino acid processing runs in a distorted manner, following the administration of excessive Vitamin C or from the conversion of fungal toxins in the gut), the most common pathway into the body is

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