Low Oxalate Guide and Meal Plan
Recurrent kidney stones are the absolute worst. After your first excruciating “episodes” your doctor has probably suggested a low oxalate diet and gave you a one-page handout saying “Avoid these foods.” Well, when you see that you shouldn’t eat foods like
- Berries, all types
- Nuts (almonds, cashews, and hazelnuts)
- Soy milk
- Sweet potatoes
- Swiss chard
- Tea (black)
You’re like, what the heck?! These are healthy foods and um, chocolate?! Do you want me to live a miserable existence?!
It’s easy to dismiss it. Or to try to follow the rules but it isn’t easy! If you leave a void, it has to be filled. It’s typically filled back up with what we know. Let’s fill that void with delicious food immediately!
Did you know there are alternatives to cocoa-based chocolate that taste great? And there are TONS of options out there that don’t include wheat? And if you want to eat healthier and do a cleanse, there are other detoxifying foods that can compare to beets?
Changing your diet is difficult. Plain and simple. However, it can be a whole lot easier when you know what you can eat and have recipes that are already designed for your needs that you don’t have to look for or try to create yourself. I’ve done all the hard work for you! I even have shopping lists done for you.
Our Low-Oxalate Guide and Meal Plans Include:
- Guidance on navigating the grocery store, making finding low oxalate foods simple
- An extensive list of foods you can eat (instead of ones you can’t)
- A 2-week flexible meal plan with shopping lists
- 45 starter recipes
- Tips and tricks for dining out
- Simple swaps for many favorites
- Plus more information on why recurring kidney stones happen and all the ways you can help reduce them to virtually zero
Most importantly, you’ll be confident in living out this new diet plan. Instead of focusing on what you can’t have, you’ll know what foods you can have. This makes meal planning, grocery shopping, dining out, and travelings a million times easier.
Sure you can totally figure it out yourself, but why draw out the process when you can head to the store and start enjoying simple and delicious meals immediately, have a good chocolate replacement, and know all the tips you need to eat healthy on a budget, talk to your friends about what’s going on, and travel with ease?
You’ve suffered for long enough. You don’t have to anymore.
Disclaimer: The goal of this program is to help you take control of your health and for you to feel the best you possibly can! This program is not meant to take the place of working with a qualified health care professional and is not designed to diagnose or treat any diseases or medical conditions. Any advice provided is not a medical diagnosis or medical treatment plan.