Can Turmeric Cause Kidney Stones?

Turmeric is high in oxalates, compounds that could increase the risk of forming kidney stones. However, experts suggest there are good ways to eliminate the risks from oxalate-rich foods and spices without giving up their great nutritional benefits.  (i.6783)

Should People Prone to Kidney Stones Use Turmeric?

Learn more about why turmeric may increase the risk of kidney stones. (i.67)


Clinical Evidence that Turmeric Could Cause Hyperoxaluria

Do clinical studies show turmeric could cause a condition that contributes to kidney stones?


Tips on How to Avoid Hyperoxaluria

Find out more about how to avoid hyperoxaluria.


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