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Lower Oxalate Food Plan Food list, Updated November, 2012

Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Meat Beef Chicken Eggs Fish Ham Lamb Sausage, Johnsonville, mild italian Sausage, Johnsonville, sweet italian Tuna, Starkist Chunk Light Turkey Dairy and Dairy Alternates Butter Cheese, cheddar Cheese, Parmesan Cheese, Swiss Chestnut milk, EcoMil Coconut milk, Thai Kitchen Coconut milk, canned, Chaokoh Coconut water Ice cream Kefir, cows milk, organic Milk, cows, 1.5% Milk, cows, 3.8% (whole) Yogurt, Activia, peach Yogurt, Activia, vanilla Yogurt, Dannon Fruit on Bottom, strawberry Yogurt, Dannon Fruit on Bottom, vanilla Yogurt, plain Fruits Apple, Cox Kent Apple, Gaia (best mostly yellow) Apple, Golden Delicious Apple, Granny Smith Apple, Fuji Apple, MacIntosh Apple, Bramleys Oxalate mg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.2 6.4 7.5 0.0 Oxalate mg 0.2 2.8 2.5 3.6 0.4 6.5 0.0 7.0 0.5 0.0 1.0 1.3 2.9 2.8 6.1 6.0 2.3 Oxalate mg 2.8 2.7 2.9 5.3 3.8 5.3 2.8 Meat usually has trace to zero oxalate, unless processed

Per 2 ounces! Per 2 ounces! Per 2 ounces!

Low to no oxalates in dairy, unless processed Per tablespoon Per ounce Per ounce Per ounce Only ONE tablespoon! cup (guar gum could be high) cup cup cup cup Per cup Per cup Per 4 ounces Per 4 ounces Per 6 ounce container Per 6 ounce container Per cup Low = 5 or less per cup or specified serving Per medium apple Per medium apple Per medium apple Per medium apple Per small apple Per medium apple Per apple

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Lower Oxalate Food Plan Food list, Updated November, 2012


Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Apple, Green 2.2 Per apple Apple, Red 2.6 Per apple Apple Sauce, Eden Organic unsweetened 1.1 cup Apricot, fresh 2.4 Per fruit Avocado 1.6 Per medium fruit Banana 6.8 Per medium fruit Bilberry 1.5 Really low! Can eat 100 gm Blueberries 4.0 Cherries, dried 5.2 Per 1/3 cup Cherries, sweet 1.2 Clementine 18.6 Too high! Cranberries 2.4 Currants, black 5.3 Per cup Currants, red 5.6 Per cup Dates 6.2 Per cup Figs, fresh 0.6 Per fig Grapes, Concord 3.5 cup grapes Grapes, green 1.0 Grapes, red 0.4 Trace per grape! Grapes, Thompson 1.4 cup grapes Grapefruit, pink 17.2 Per grapefruit too high Grapefruit, white 12.4 Per grapefruit too high Kumquat 0.7 1 fruit Lemon 1.7 1 fruit Lime 5.0 1 fruit Lychee 0.0 2 fruits Mango 2.8 Per average mango Mirabelle 0.0 Melon, cantaloupe 6.1 Per 1 cup Melon, honeydew 4.6 Per 1 cup Melon, Muskmelon 0.8 Per cup Melon, watermelon 0.2 Per cup Orange, mandarin 7.1 Per fruit Orange, navel 3.1 Per fruit Orange, sweet (also called Persian) 10.7 Per fruit (stick to fruit or juice) Papaya, fresh 7.5 Per cup Passion fruit 0.2 Peach, fresh 2.5 Per peach Peach, canned 1.0 Per 100 gm Pear, Anjou, fresh 19.8 Per pear (note variation in pears) Pear, Bosc, fresh 10.1 Per pear Pear, Bartlett?, fresh, peeled 3.1 Per cup Pear, Bartlett?, fresh, peeled, whole 6.1 Per pear Pear, Bartlett?, fresh, unpeeled 2.2 Per cup

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Lower Oxalate Food Plan Food list, Updated November, 2012


Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Pear, Bartlett?, fresh, unpeeled 4.5 Per pear Pineapple, chunks, Dole, canned 2.6 Per cup Pineapple, chunks, fresh 11.1 Per cup Plum, Giant / common plum 1.1 Per fruit Plum, Mirabelle, fresh 5.3 Per fruit Plum, yellow 0.9 Per fruit Raisins, sultana 3.8 Strawberries 7.8 Per cup, sliced

Jams and Jellies Grape Jelly, Albertsons Red Plum jam, Smuckers Strawberry jam, Albertsons

1.7 1.6 2.2

Per 1 tablespoon

Fruit and Veggie Juices Apple Apricot Carrot Currant, black Currant, red Cherry Cranberry, wild, walnut acres Cranberry, from concentrate Grape, white Grape, red Grapefruit Lemon Lime Noni Juice Orange Pineapple Pomegranate

Oxalate mg 2.2 4.5 10.9 2.5 0.3 3.0 4.7 0.4 3.8 5.3 0.1 1.7 4.5 3.5 0.7 1.8 8.4

Serving is 1 cup unless noted

Note: Welchs Concord Grape juice is VERY high!

Per 1 ounce serving

Medium oxalate (only drink diluted with other juice / liquid) Serving is cup unless noted Per tablespoon

Vegetables Alfalfa, seeds (unsprouted) Alfalfa, sprouts Artichoke, boiled Asparagus, boiled

Oxalate mg 2.8 0.1 4.1 4.1

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Lower Oxalate Food Plan Food list, Updated November, 2012


Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Asparagus, raw 7.24 Per cup Asparagus, steamed 9.36 Asparagus, boiled 8.67 Avocado 1.6 Per avocado Beans, string 11.5 Most green beans are too high! Beans, Del Monte canned 12.8 Beans, lima (boiled) 9.8 Beans, Roma, boiled 8.4 Beans, runner, boiled 9.4 Beans, Lima 9.8 Bok choy, leaves 1.6 Bok choy, stalks 1.1 Broccoli, veggie and sprouts 1.8 Broccoli, raw 5.9 Medium per half cup Broccoli, seeds 2.0 Per tablespoon Broccoli Raab, raw 2.8 cup sliced Broccoli Raab (Rabe or Rapini), steamed 5.3 cup Broccolini, steamed 10.5 cup (boiled should be okay) Brussels sprouts, boiled 1.0 Brussels sprouts, raw 6.7 Brussels sprouts, steamed 10.4 Cabbage, red and green 1.5 Cabbage, napa 1.4 Cabbage, purple 1.0 Cabbage, savoy 2.6 Carrots, boiled 9.1 Medium per half cup Cauliflower, raw 1.5 Cauliflower, steamed 2.7 Celeriac, canned 5.2 Celery water (1/2 cup celery boiled in 2 5.6 For flavour only! cups water, then celery removed) Chayote, boiled 15 minutes 4.4 Per cup Chives 0.0 Collards, raw 2.65 Per cup chopped Collards, boiled 8.7 Collards, steamed 10.4 Cucumbers, raw whole 1.0 Cucumbers, lemon, raw 3.0 Daikon (white radish) 0.9 Dandelion, red rib, boiled 8.2 Dandelion, red rib, raw 7.9 Eggplant, raw 6.6 Eggplant, boiled 6.3 Endive, Belgium 6.2

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Lower Oxalate Food Plan Food list, Updated November, 2012


Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Fennel, boiled 3.7 Fennel, raw 8.6 Medium per half cup Garlic 0.3 1 clove Jicama, raw 6.4 Low medium Kale, Curly (raw) 9.3 Kale, Lacinto (or Dino) boiled 3.5 Must be boiled to be low. Kohlrabi, raw, bulb 0.6 Kohlrabi, raw, leaves and stems (greens) 3.1 Kombu (seaweed) 0.2 1 X 4 piece Lettuce, Bibb 2.5 chopped Lettuce, butter 0.6 Lettuce, boston 0.6 Lettuce, iceberg 2.0 Lettuce, romaine 1.1 Mung bean, sprouts 7.9 Per cup! Mushrooms, button 3.3 5 medium Mushrooms, canned 0.5 cup Mushrooms, Portabello 2.3 cup Mushrooms, Shiitake, raw, fresh 0.7 1 piece Mustard greens, boiled 3.2 Mustard greens, steamed 5.8 Nori (seaweed), dry-roasted 3.53 Per sheet Olive, canned, green 1.5 Per small olive Onion, green 7.8 Onion, red 6.2 Per medium sized onion Onion, yellow or white 3.0 Peas, green, boiled 0.2 Peas, green, leaf greens or sprouts 2.6 Per cup! Peas, snow, fresh 6.4 Pepper, banana, raw 3.4 Per pepper Pepper, cayenne, with seeds, sauted 3.7 Per 6 peppers Pepper, green 8.14 Per cup sliced Pepper, Habanero, with seeds, sauted 1.7 Per 4 peppers Pepper, orange 9.5 Per 50 gm Pepper, red 3.5 Per cup sliced Pepper, yellow 13.7 Per 50 gm Potatoes, red, new, boiled, no skin 10.6 Pumpkin, canned 2.6 Pumpkin, raw 0.0 Radish, red 0.1 Per medium radish Radish, white 0.0 Rutabaga, boiled 3.5 Sea vegetable, Dulse, flakes 6.8 1 Tablespoon Sea vegetable, Hijiki 2.8 .35 ounce

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Lower Oxalate Food Plan Food list, Updated November, 2012


Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Sea vegetable, Kombu 0.2 1 by 4 sized piece Sea vegetable, Nori, dry roasted 4.8 cup portion Sea vegetable, Wakame 0.2 cup portion Shallot 1.2 Per cup chopped Squash, yellow summer 3.9 Boiled (yuck). Squash, butternut, baked 4.5 Squash, Delicata, baked 2.0 Squash, kabocha 3.7 Squash, acorn, baked 3.1 Squash, spaghetti, baked 4.5 Squash, zucchini, boiled 10 minutes 4.1 Squash, zucchini, raw 3.2 Tomato, canned 7.1 Tomato, paste (Hunts) 8.0 TWO TABLESPOONS Tomato, Big Beef 4.1 Tomato, Brandywine 4.9 Tomato, Early Girl 5.9 Tomato, Garden peach 3.1 Tomato, Pink Girl 4.8 Tomato, Sungold cherry 9.0 2.0 per tomato Tomato, Yellow Pear 5.3 Turnip, boiled (white) 1.5 Turnip, raw 1.7 cup Turnip greens, boiled 4.8 cup Turnip greens, steamed 8.8 cup Wakame (seaweed) 0.2 cup Water chestnut, canned 0.8 Watercress 2.2 cup Watercress, boiled for 6 minutes 2.0 cup Zucchini 0.9 Coffee and Tea Coffee, brewed Coffee, instant, Nescafe Tea, Bigelow, Green, Plantation Mint Decaf (brewed 4 min) Tea, Bigelow, Green, Spiced Chai Decaf (brewed 4 min) Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Berri Good, brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Blueberry Harvest, brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Chamomile Oxalate mg 2.0 0.8 2.8 3.4 0.0 1.0 1.3 Low = 5 mg or less per cup

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Lower Oxalate Food Plan Food list, Updated November, 2012


Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. (brewed 4 min) Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Chamomile 0.7 Mango, brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Cinnamon Spice 1.9 (brewed 4 min) Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Citrus 0.0 Chamomile, brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Cranberry Apple, 1.0 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Egyptian Mint, 0.0 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Fruit and Almond, 1.8 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Ginger Snappish, 1.8 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Hibiscus and Rose 2.2 Hips, brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, I Love Lemon, 1.2 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Mint Medley, 1.4 (brewed 5 minutes) Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Orange and Spice, 1.0 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Perfect Peach, 0.5 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Pomegranate 0.0 Pizzazz, brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Red Raspberry, 1.0 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Sweet Dreams, 1.9 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Taste of the 0.0 Tropics, brewed 4 minutes Tea, Bigelow, Herbal, Tasty Tangerine, 0.0 brewed 4 minutes Tea, Celestial Seasoning, Sleepy time 1.1 Tea, Celestial Seasoning, Herbal, 0.9 Madagascar Vanilla Red Tea, Celestial Seasoning, Herbal, 1.0 Ginseng Energy, brewed 5 minutes Tea, Chinese, black 4.0 Tea, Dandelion 1.3 Tea, Fennel 3.1 Tea, Horsetail 1.9

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Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Tea, Kuchika (Twig tea) 4.8 1 tea bag Tea, Lipton green tea 5.0 Tea, Nettle (stinging nettle) 0.9 Tea, Ojibwa 2.5 Tea, Pau Darco 0.9 Tea, Peppermint 1.4 Tea, Rosehip 0.9 Tea, Senna tea 1.1 Tea, Valerian 2.0 1 tsp of cut root Tea, Strand Tea, Honeybush Herbal, 0.5 brewed 5 minutes Tea, Strand Tea, Roobios 1.1 Per teabag Tea, Traditional Medicinals, Licorice 0.6 Per teabag root

Other Beverages / Pop Boost, Vanilla Coconut water Limeade, Albertsons Orange soda, Minute Maid 7Up Coke Crystal Light Ginger ale, Schwepps Pepsi Pepsi, Diet Ribena Sprite Liquor and Alcohols Gin Liqueur, Brendans Irish Cream Liqueur Liqueur, Potters Amaretto Vermouth, Martini & Rossi, extra dry Vermouth, Martini & Rossi, sweet Whiskey, Jack Daniels, Old No 7 Whiskey, Bourbon Wine, Marsala, Holland House Wine, Port, ruby, bottled Wine, Rose, bottled

Oxalate mg 5.6 7.0 0.4 0.9 0.1 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.4 0.7 0.0

Per cup Per half cup Per cup Per 12 ounces Per 12 ounces Per 12 ounces Per cup Per 12 ounces Per 12 ounces Per 12 ounces Per 12 ounces

0.0 1.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.2

Per ounce Per ounce Per ounce Per ounce Per ounce Per ounce Per ounce Per 4 ounces No numbers provided Per 5 ounces

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Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Nuts and Seeds Butters, Pumpkin seed butter Butters, Sunflower seed Butter Chestnut, canned Chestnut, roasted Coconut meat, dried or raw Flax, seed Macadamia, nut Pecans Pumpkin, seed Walnuts Oxalate mg 2.3 3.5 0.0 4.3 0.8 0.7 4.9 12 3.1 18.5 Most nuts are too high! Per tablespoon Average per tablespoon cup Per 3 kernels! Per coconut Per tablespoon Per 5 nuts only, with 12 nuts per ounce. (12 nuts = 11.8 mg ox) Per cup cup cup

Grains Millet, boiled 30 minutes, water discarded Millet, dry, uncooked Popcorn, Arrowhead Mills Organic Rice, white, Arborio, boiled Rice, white, long grain, S&W Rice, Thai Jasmine Rice, Uncle Bens (converted) Wild Rice, Lundberg (soaked 12 hours and cooked)

Oxalate mg 6.1 10.3 3.5 3.1 3.1 3.2 0 4.8

Serving is cup unless noted.

Per cup Per cup

cup

Pasta Quinoa Pasta, Ancient Harvest spaghetti Tinkyada, brown rice elbow Tinkyada, white rice spaghetti

Oxalate mg 4.6 4.7 2.25

Serving is cup

cup

Legumes

Oxalate mg 8.4 7.3 2.2 3.0

Serving is cup. Only one serving per week if greater than 5 mg.

Beans, Garbanzo, canned Beans, Lima, dried, boiled Lentils, red, boiled hour Peas, black eyed

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Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Peas, green peas, boiled 0.2 Peas, Snowpeas, whole, fresh 6.4 Peas, split green 5.8 Peas, split yellow 4.3

Oils Canola Castor oil Coconut oil Macadamia Nut oil Olive Oil Peanut oil Red Palm oil Sesame oil Canola Shortening, Spectrum

Oxalate mg 1.8 0.0 0.5 2.12 0.9 0.6 1.8 0.4 0.8

Per tablespoon cup Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon

Condiments and Sweeteners Agave nectar, orange blue Braggs Liquid Aminos Chocolate, white Chocolate syrup, Torani, Sugar free Green Chilies, chopped, Old El Paso Honey Horseradish, extra hot Jam / Jellies, Concord Grape, Albertsons Jam / Jellies, Strawberry, Albertsons Ketchup Lakanto Liquid Smoke Maple syrup Mayonnaise Mustard, dijon Mustard, yellow Peppers, Habanero, with seeds, sauted 10 min in 1 tsp safflower oil Peppers, cayenne, with seeds, sauted 10 min in 1 tsp safflower oil Soy sauce, Kikkoman Stevia, liquid, Sweet Leaf

Oxalate mg 0.1 1.9 2.3 1.3 2.2 0.0 0.9 1.7 2.2 1.2 0.1 0.2 0.1 1.7 1.0 1.0 17 3.7 1.1 0.2

Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per ounce cup Per 2 tablespoons Per tablespoon Per teaspoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per tablespoon Per 4 peppers Per 6 peppers Per tablespoon Per teaspoon

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Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Stevia, liquid, chocolate, Sweet Leaf 0.1 Per 8 drops Stevia, powder, NOW 0.0 Per scoop Sugar, Brown 0.5 Per teaspoon Sugar, White 0.2 Per teaspoon Sweetener, Splenda (sucralose) 0.5 Per teaspoon Sweetener, Sweet-N-Low 0.4 Per teaspoon Tabasco sauce 1.5 Per tablespoon Vinegar, apple cider 0.2 Per tablespoon Vinegar, balsamic 3.9 Per tablespoon Vinegar, distilled 0.0 Per tablespoon Vinegar, wine, tarragon flavoured 6.0 Per tablespoon Worchestershire sauce 2.0 Per teaspoon Xylitol 0.1 Per teaspoon

Herbs, Spices and Baking Items

Oxalate mg

1 tsp serving (unless noted). Multiple spices rapidly increases oxalate totals for a dish. Considered low Per teaspoon Per teaspoon Per tablespoon Per three leaves Per tablespoon Per teaspoon Per 2 tablespoons Per teaspoon Per teaspoon Per tablespoon Per ounce Per half cup Per cup Per cup fresh Per teaspoon Per teaspoon Per teaspoon Per teaspoon Per teaspoon Per envelope Per clove Per Tablespoon

Acacia fiber Almond Extract Baking powder Baking soda Basil, fresh Bay leaves Braggs, Liquid Aminos Cardamom, ground, McCormick Capers, canned Cayenne Chili Powder, Red (Hatch) Chives, fresh Chocolate, White, Callebaut Chocolate, White, Morsels, Nestle Premier Chocolate Syrup, Sugar Free, Torani Cilantro, fresh Cinnamon, ground Cream of tartar Curry powder, McCormick Dill weed, fresh Fruit pectin Gelatin, Knox Unflavoured Garlic, raw Guar Gum

0.3 0.1 0.0 2.9 1.0 2.0 6.1 1.7 5.0 3.4 0.1 2.3 2.1 1.3 1.4 4.2 1.1 14.0 3.3 0.2 0.8 0.3 1.15

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Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Ginger, root, raw 2.1 Per teaspoon Horseradish, prepared 0.9 Per teaspoon Italian seasoning, dried, organic herbs, 5.1 Per teaspoon McCormick Lemon Extract 0.1 Per teaspoon Mace, ground, McCormick 1.2 Per teaspoon Malt, powder 2.5 Per Tablespoon Maple Flavouring, Imitation, 0.4 Per teaspoon McCormicks Marjoram, dried 1.9 Per teaspoon Mesquite Seasoning, dried, ground, 4.4 Per teaspoon McCormicks Mrs. Dash, seasoning blend 1.9 Per teaspoon Mustard, dry 0.28 Per teaspoon Nutmeg, ground 1.4 Per teaspoon Onion powder Probably low in spice amounts Orange Extract, pure 0.2 Per teaspoon Oregano, dried Untested but likely low Oregano, ground 7.3 Per teaspoon Paprika, sweet 6.0 Per teaspoon Parsley, dried 3.6 Per teaspoon Parsley, raw, fresh, leaves only 4.5 Per tablespoon Pepper, white only 1.4 1 teaspoon Peppermint, fresh 0.1 Per 2 leaves Poultry seasoning, dried, ground, 7.0 Per teaspoon McCormick Rosemary, fresh 1.8 Per tablespoon Saffron 1.6 Per teaspoon Sage, ground 3.7 Per teaspoon Salt, Celtic Light Grey 0.4 Per teaspoon Salt, Iodized, Hain 0.0 Per teaspoon Savory, ground 0.8 Per teaspoon Spring roll skins, rice 6.6 Per 3.5 ounces Tarragon 1.9 Per teaspoon Thyme, dried 2.5 Per teaspoon Vanilla extract, artificial 0.0 Per tablespoon Vanilla extract, pure 0.1 Per tablespoon Vinegar, apple cider 0.2 Per tablespoon Vinegar, balsamic 3.9 Per tablespoon Vinegar, wine, tarragon 2.2 Per tablespoon Xantham gum Not tested but probably low Yeast 5.6 Per package (2 Tbsp)

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Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. Flours Serving = cup. Total oxalate is first #: bracketed # is soluble oxalate (easier absorbed) 3.8 (2.5) Low 4.4 (3.7) Low 8.3 (3.0) Medium 2.85 (2.7) Low 8.6 (5.9) Medium 2.8 (1.0) Low 8.2 (5.9) Medium 8.2 (7.7) Medium 16.1(10.2) High 14.5 (2.6) Medium 5.5 (1.4) Medium 13.6 (9.5) Medium 5.5 (3.0) Medium 22.5 (7.9) High 2.7 (1.9) Low 11.10 (0) Medium 10.4 (6.2) Medium 9.5 (2.0) Medium 3.6 (2.4) Low Oxalate mg

Black-eyed pea flour Coconut flour Corn starch Corn flour, fermented Flax Seed Meal Green bean starch Green pea flour Garbanzo (chick pea) flour Montina flour Oat bran Potato Starch Pumpkin powder flour, Barry Farm Pumpkin seed flour Rice flour, white Rice Starch Rolled oats Sweet rice (mochi) flour Tapioca Flour, Bobs Red Mill Water chestnut flour

Commercially Produced Foods (by brand)

Oxalate mg

Variable serving sizes

Ancient Harvest, Quinoa spaghetti Annies Homegrown, Macaroni and Cheese Rice Pasta Cheerios, Whole Grain Oats Chex, Corn, General Mills Chex, Rice, General Mills Cold Mountain, Red Miso Paste Enjoy Life, Sunbutter Crunch granola bar Envirokids Crispy Rice Bars, Very Berry Envirokids Gorilla Munch Glutino Pretzel Twists Kinnikinnick, Animal cookies Kinnikinnick, Graham cracker cookies Kinnikinnick, Tapioca Rice hamburger

4.55 4.7 5.3 3.55 3.61 3.4 5.5 5.3 2.87 2.6 1.3 2.2 8.3

Per cup Per 2 ounce serving Per cup Per cup Per cup Per teaspoon Per 1 bar Per bar Per cup of cereal Per 24 pretzels (about 1 ounce) Per 8 cookies Per cookies Per bun

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Always check serving sizes to stay lower oxalate. bun Lipton, Onion Mushroom soup 6.8 Per cup M&Ms 8.4 20 pieces Miracle Noodles (Shiritaki) 3.5 Per three ounces Nestle, Coffee Mate French Vanilla 0.8 Per Tablespoon Nestle, Coffee Mate Hazelnut 1.0 Per Tablespoon Pacific brand, Chicken broth 4.8 Per cup Pacific brand, Mushroom Stock 1.0 Per cup Post, Honey Bunches of Oats 6.2 Per cup Snapeas, regular flavour 2.3 1 ounce (~ third of the bag!) Special K, lightly toasted rice 4.7 Per cup Swanson, chicken broth, 100% natural 0.0 Per cup Thai Kitchen, Garlic and Vegetable Soup 2.1 Per cup Tinkyada, Brown Rice Pasta Elbows 4.67 Per cup Tostitos White Corn Tortilla Chips 10.8 7 chips! Vlasic, Baby Kosher Dills 2.5 Per pickle Wishbone Italian dressing 2.0 2 Tablespoons Wishbone Ranch dressing 2.4 2 Tablespoons Fast Food Items Wendys Caesar Side Salad, no croutons Wendys Junior Hamburger, plain Oxalate mg 3.2 7.5 Variable serving sizes 1 side salad 1 burger

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