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What is Hyperoxaluria Caused from Juicing?
Juicing has become a popular health trend and marketed as an effective diet strategy to lose weight and detoxify the body. It’s also indicated to be a great way to add nutrients from vegetables and fruits many of us lack in our diet. Blending up leafy greens with fruits is fun, tastes good, and said to improve our health.
Juicing, for the most part, is a great way to optimize our health, but just as with any diet, it requires an appropriate application. Unfortunately, some of us have experienced adverse health effects from juicing and juice cleanses. You may be wondering how something so good for you to be considered unhealthy?
The problem seems to have occurred when individuals took juicing too far. Leafy greens and other common juiced foods contain oxalate and consuming an overabundance can actually become toxic. TheAmerican Journal of Medicinereferenced a male patient who had participated in a juice fast for six weeks consuming high oxalate foods consisting of beets, collard greens, kiwi, parsley, spinach, and soy products. In addition to strict juicing, he also took high doses of vitamin C and low calcium which heightened his oxalate levels even more. His extreme juicing habits caused acute renal (kidney) failure.
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