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Oxalic acid is found in many plants, and even formed in our bodies with the metabolism of some toxins. It is a highly reactive chemical, forming various oxalate crystals as it chelates (binds with) minerals during digestion of the plants in which it is found. The problem is, these are essential minerals (calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium and potassium) which, once bound with the oxalic […]Click Here to Continue Reading this Post!
If you are juicing, you could be concerned that by including too many of a particular veggie or two, you might be getting a higher concentration of oxalic acid that you want. After all, the purpose of juicing is to obtain the highest concentration and best assimilation of nutrients possible from your produce. Would it be you […]Click Here to Continue Reading this Post!