High Oxalate Foods

Starch

Amaranth
Buckwheat
Cereal (bran or high fiber)
Crisp bread (rye or wheat)
Fruit cake
Grits
Pretzels
Taro
Wheat bran
Wheat germ
Whole wheat bread
Whole wheat flour

Vegetables

Beans (baked, green, dried, kidney)
Beets
Beet greens
Beet root
Carrots
Celery
Chicory
Collards
Dandelion greens
Eggplant
Escarole
Kale
Leeks
Okra
Olives
Parsley
Peppers (chili and green)
Potatoes (baked, boiled, fried)
Rutabaga
Spinach
Summer squash
Sweet potato
Swiss chard
Zucchini

Fruit

Blackberries
Blueberries
Concord grapes
Currents
Elderberries
Figs
Fruit cocktail
Kiwis
Lemon peel
Lime peel
Orange peel
Raspberries
Rhubarb
Tangerines

Fats, Nuts, Seeds

Nuts
Nut butters
Sesame seeds
Tahini
Soy nuts

Drinks

Dark beer
Black tea
Chocolate milk
Cocoa
Instant coffee
Hot chocolate
Juice made from high oxalate fruits (see below for high oxalate fruits)
Ovaltine
Soy drinks

Other

Chocolate
Parsley
Black pepper (more than 1 tsp.)
Marmalade
Soy sauce
Soy cheese
Soy milk

Medium Oxalate Foods

(Only two or three servings of these foods per day)

Starch

Bagels
Brown rice
Cornmeal
Corn starch
Corn tortilla
Oatmeal
Spaghetti in tomato sauce
Sponge cake
White bread

Vegetables

Artichoke
Asparagus
Broccoli
Brussel sprouts
Carrots (canned)
Corn
Fennel
Lettuce
lima beans
Mustard greens
Onions
Parsnip
Canned peas
Tomato
Tomato soup
Turnips
Vegetable soup
Watercress

Fruit

Apples
Applesauce
Apricots
Coconut
Cranberries
Mandarin orange
Orange
Fresh peaches
Fresh pear
Pineapples
Purple and Damson plums
Prunes
Fresh strawberries

Meat

Liver
Sardines

Fats, nuts, and seeds

Flaxseed
Sunflower seeds

Dairy

Yogurt

Drinks

Coffee
Carrot juice
Cranberry juice
Draft beer
Grape juice
Orange juice
Rosehip tea
Tomato juice

Other

Ginger
Malt
Potato chips (less than 3.5 oz.)
Strawberry jam/preserves
Thyme

Low Oxalate

Starch

Barley
Cereals (corn or rice)
Cheerios
Chicken noodle soup
Egg noodles
English muffin
Graham crackers
Macaroni
Pasta (plain)
White rice
Wild rice

Vegetables

Cabbage
Cauliflower
Chives
Cucumber
Endive
Kohlrabi
Mushrooms
Peas
Radishes
Water chestnut

Fruit

Avocados
Bananas
Cherries
Grapefruit
Grapes (green and red)
Huckleberries
Kumquat
Lychee
Mangoes
Melons
Nectarines
Papaya
Passion fruit
Canned peaches
Canned pears
Green and yellow plums
Raisins (1/4 cup)

Meat

Bacon
Beef
Corned beef
Fish (except sardines)
Ham
Lamb
Lean meats
Pork
Poultry
Shellfish

Dairy

Cheese
Buttermilk
Milk

Fats, nuts, and seeds

Butter
Margarine
Mayonnaise
Salad dressing
Vegetable oil

Drinks

Apple cider
Apple juice
Apricot nectar
Bottled beer
Buttermilk
Cherry juice
Cola
Grapefruit juice
Green tea
Herbal teas
Lemonade
Lemon juice
Limeade
Lime juice
Milk
Oolong tea
Pineapple juice
Wine

Other

Basil
Cinnamon
Corn syrup
Dijon mustard
Dill
Gelatin (unflavored)
Hard candy
Honey
Imitation vanilla extract
Jell-O
Jelly made from low oxalate fruits
Ketchup (1 Tbsp.)
Lemon/lime juice
Maple syrup
Nutmeg
Oregano
Peppermint
Sage
Sugar
Vinegar
White pepper

 

 

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