Aug 3, 2023
Sally Norton (@sknorton), MPH is an expert in oxalates - a plant toxin found in many common “health” foods such as spinach and almonds that can cause many health disorders. Sally has a degree in nutrition from Cornell University and a Masters of Public Health from the University of North Carolina. She managed a five-year, National Institute of Health-funded program at the UNC Medical School. I had the pleasure of meeting Sally at Ketofest in Connecticut and she’s as friendly, helpful, and excited as she is wise and ambitious.
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1:30 Her personal healthy journey
6:10 Why is there a lack of info and shortsightedness between oxalates and issues?
10:40 Why shouldn’t you only worry about oxalates if you’ve had kidney stones and even if you consume enough calcium?
12:42 Why are oxalates dangerous to our health regardless of our heath history?
17:31 What are the #1 sources of oxalates, beware keto community.
20:56 What make oxalates more harmful than vegetable oils, carbs, anti-nutrients, and etc?
23:25 Are there any surefire ways oxalates can be mitigated?
25:04 Why should you slowly remove them for your diet rather than all at once?
32:33 What is your diet like?
36:03 Where should people look to learn more about oxalates?
39:25 Are there high levels of oxalates in collagen powders?
43:25 What are you trying to achieve doing your work?