Diet Chart for Kidney Stone
Diet and the oxalate content of foods is key factor when trying to reduce calcium oxalate crystals from forming in the kidneys
Although most patients describe calcium oxalate kidney crystals as “the most painful thing they have ever experienced,” the compliance with typical restricted diet recommendations is still very low as oxalates are found naturally in numerous foods… including many healthy ones!
As high as 50% of prior calcium oxalate crystal suffers will have a recurrence within five years of experiencing their first calcium oxalate crystal in the kidneys. With that in mind, it is always useful to refer to a diet chart for kidney stone to confirm the oxalate levels or certain foods.
The Oxalate Diet & Oxalate Containing Foods
Diet can help and should complement any measures used to reduce calcium oxalate crystal growth. Below is an oxalate list of high, medium and low levels of oxalates (or a diet chart for kidney stone). Foods high in oxalate should be avoided. While on an oxalate diet, try to consume foods from the low and moderate list.
Diet for Calcium Oxalate Stones
Due to the calcium oxalate crystal stone reduction diet being so restrictive and difficult to follow, using a patented supplement like Kidney C.O.P.® is highly recommended. Knowing the oxalate content of foods is also helpful so you can avoid high oxalate foods. Maintaining a calcium oxalate stones diet, especially long term, can be difficult.
Kidney C.O.P.® helps reduce the formation and growth of calcium oxalate crystals. The innovative Kidney C.O.P.® formula has been shown to reduce calcium oxalate crystal growth by 99%*!