It could be a subcategory in the minerals tab.
I wouldn't mind if there would be no data on oxalates for food - I would input it on my own for the food I eat. I just think it would be a really useful feature.
The NCCDB does report oxalate content of food in its analyses. I'm guessing they're not represented in Chronometer because it's such an esoteric thing to be concerned about.
Hello @oshondrom ,
If you already have an idea of the oxalates in the foods you are eating, you could make a note of the amounts for each meal and add them up for the day.
If you have a Gold subscription, you could also make a custom biometric to keep track of your oxalates.
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I'm just bumping this suggestion. I'm looking all over for an app to track Oxalates, to manage kidney stones
Hello @marieh ,
It would be great to do so once we find an accurate database that has the data for oxalates in foods!
@Marie_Eve_H there is a group that has a Database done in xls. It iś amazingly accurate all foods arę tested and that arę gladly helping. Please contact them. Administrators work in universities etc.
group is TLO- trying low oxalates on Facebook.
Exciting news! You can now track Oxalates in Cronometer: https://cronometer.com/blog/cronometer-tracks-oxalates/