Listen: Part 2 Of Toxic Superfoods With Sally K. Norton
Did you miss part 1 of the podcast with Sally K. Norton where we started the discussion about “toxic superfoods?” Tune in here!
What are oxalates and what is their role in many different health issues and concerns? In part 2, Donna is joined again by nutritionist and oxalate expert Sally K. Norton. She is the author of the upcoming release “Toxic Superfoods” and shares her expansive knowledge not just on oxalates but also on how easy it is to make ‘healthy eating’ mistakes that are detrimental to your health.
As well as continuing to discuss the toxicity of oxalates, Donna and Sally also delve deep into the frightening correlation between brain disease and oxalates as well as the links between other ailments and health conditions to oxalates that are often misdiagnosed.
- There have been studies completed on the correlation between oxalates and Parkinson’s and this is also something Donna has experienced first-hand in her own family.
- Chocolate is very addictive, it’s one of the most difficult things for people to stop eating. This is a common theme in high-oxalate food.
- Oxalate crystals are very disruptive to the gut microbiome, but the impacts are complicated and vary from person to person.
- Once a person goes on a low-oxalate diet, they can find that all these ailments and conditions they have been dealing with for years will disappear.
- You may think you have an issue digesting certain food, such as dairy, or struggle with fat absorption, such as a gallbladder issue. But what has been found is that it is oxalates that are causing these issues in the first place.
- Making the decision to start to reduce oxalates from your life is the first step, for many small steps and a slower journey is the key to success. But, if you plan to eliminate them quickly, be prepared for some dramatic things to start happening to your body as the oxalates clear from your body.
ABOUT THE GUEST
Sally K. Norton is a nutritionist with a unique speciality— warning us that healthy eating can get us into trouble.
Sally earned her nutrition degree from Cornell University and a master’s degree in Public Health from UNC-Chapel Hill. She is the author of the book called, “Toxic Superfoods.” Her information has helped many people improve their health and recover from serious illnesses, chronic pain, kidney problems, osteopenia, and even chronic infections just by making simple changes to their diet.
Sally Norton’s own healing experience inspired her years of careful research bringing to light the little-known science showing us that many popular foods like almonds, spinach, and dark chocolate are slowly poisoning us.
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