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Oxalate Test


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Do you have toxic levels of Oxalates?

The above image is Oxalates under a microscope, notice how sharp they are (causing pain) and block up detoxification pathways.


Oxalate screening through a spot urine test can be a life saving test. Oxalate is a natural end product of metabolism in the body. It should leave your body through your urine. If your oxalate levels are too high, the extra oxalate can combine with calcium to form kidney stones. These stones are hard masses of chemicals that can get stuck in the urinary tract.

Excess oxalates can also contribute to serious life threatening problems such as:

  • Kidney disease
  • Electrolyte imbalances
  • Mineral imbalances
  • Reduce defenses to cancer development
  • Cancer
  • Complex nutritional imbalances

Some symptoms of Oxalate excess include:

  • Pain
  • Nephrolithiasis
  • Neurological symptoms
  • Vulvodynia (vulvar pain)
  • Fibromyalgia pain
  • Children with autism who exhibit eye-poking behavior have also been shown to have a build up of oxalates behind their eyes, causing tremendous pain
  • Poor health
  • Poor energy
  • Low immunity

Excess Oxalates, a bigger problem than most realize at a genetic level

Most people these days carry genetic mutations such as VDR, this gene is a vitamin D receptor which goes on to make a powerful substance called GcMAF which is then needed to attack stealth pathogens, viruses and cancer cells.

Most people eating a regular diet are consuming too much glyphosate from modern farming methords, unfortunatly glyphosate converts into glyoxylate which places a bigger burden on the oxalate detoxification pathway which is called “oxalate hogging”, this means people cant break in down fast enough leading to excess oxalates.  this causes the following problems:

  • Poor sulfation (poor liver detoxification)
  • Preventing the proper production of GcMAF (needed to attack stealth pathogens, viruses and cancer cells.)
  • Increasing the need for Zinc, DAO, Lysine, vitamin B 6 (Which results in deficiencies of these nutrients that can’t work properly even after supplementing extra amounts)

Foods highest in Oxalates

It is very important to test your oxalates as most people consume oxalates foods such as:

  • Spinach
  • chocolate
  • Black tea

And many many more

How Oxalates build up in your body

Oxalate build up can be caused by three different sources, the most common of which is diet. Food is a direct source of oxalate and the most common cause of disproportionately
elevated oxalates.  Awareness of oxalates in food and elimination of those foods highest in oxalate such as spinach, soy, almonds, sweet potatoes and raspberries is important.
Candida and Aspergillus species can also produce oxalates – they use glyoxalate in energy production. People with elevations in Candida or Aspergillus frequently have a subsequent
elevation in oxalates metabolites.  A third cause of oxalate build up is genetic polymorphisms (mutations) such as VDR gene mutations.

About the Oxalate test

After you purchase this test, our laboratory will post you out a simple spot urine test kit including full instructions and return postage.  Once the sample is received by the laboratory the sample is analysed with test results made available in approximately 7 business days.   Test results will be delivered by email with recommendations of what to do about any findings.