Toxic Superfoods: How Oxalate Overload is Making You Sick--and How to Get Better

Sally K Norton

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Toxic Superfoods is a masterful contribution to the literature on nutrition. Here you will find a sweeping examination of oxalates from all angles—medical, scientific, historical, dietary, and cultural. You’ll learn why oxalate toxicity has remained invisible in medical and nutritional practice, and discover a simple and practical program to get relief from the myriad conditions that oxalate toxicity can create and aggravate.

Readers will be inspired to change their diets and contribute to a groundswell that leads the medical establishment to take a closer look at oxalates. It’s impossible to read this book without coming away convinced of the benefits of some simple changes to your diet.                                         

About the Author:

Throughout her long career as a health and nutrition educator, Sally has entertained and educated diverse audiences, including medical professionals, dietitians, social workers, and non-health professionals – sustainable growers, business owners, kitchen staff of NGOs, as well as community groups, families, school children and elders. Sally’s background includes health research design and administration at two University Medical Schools, and health professions education at the Program on Integrative Medicine at the University of North Carolina. She is the editor and co-author of a series of monographs on complementary health care and integrative medicine. Her interest and expertise in dietary oxalates originated from personal experience in healing pain and fatigue for herself and many clients. She received her degree in Nutrition from Cornell University and her Masters degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

SKU 7760, Copyright 2022, softcover.

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