- Jun 14, 2020
Why do you call it killcium?Was is gastric stasis, will is reduction of killcium effectiveness.
- The Stomach: A New and Powerful Oxalate Absorption Site in Man
When the process occurs naturally, there can be poor acidification of the stomach, which may minimize this absorption.
- Food Oxalate: Factors Affecting Measurement, Biological Variation, and Bioavailability
"Boiling vegetables may be an option to reduce soluble oxalate, if the cooking water is not consumed.""There are at least three different biological causes of variation between different samples of a food: the plant part (eg, stem vs leaf), genetic differences between cultivars, and cultivation conditions.""Some evidence supports that oxalate absorption appears to be proportional to the amount of soluble oxalate (13). However, about 2% of calcium oxalate is absorbed intact by rats (38 [in the Killcium thread]), so a small fraction of insoluble oxalate may be absorbed in human beings as well.""There appears to be some adaptation to continued high oxalate diets, as Zimmerman and colleagues (45) reported that after 6 weeks of consuming 600 mg oxalate per day, two of four subjects had a lower percent absorption of oxalate than after habitual consumption of 63 mg per day. However, total oxalate excretion was still higher after the 6-week high-oxalate diet."☐ Adult and fully responsible for my decisions.
"The total calcium intake for the day should be divided between as many eating occasions as possible. Calcium will bind oxalate in the gut, preventing it from being absorbed. Patients should include about 150 mg calcium in each meal."
- Biochemical and Nutritional Assessment of Tubers from 16 Cultivars of Sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas L.)
It's common to find a wide range when the oxalate content is reported.
- Absorption kinetics of oxalate from oxalate-rich food in man
"In recent years it has been noticed that patients suffering from chronic inflammatory bowel disease frequently show hyperoxaluria (5, 6) due to hyperabsorption of dietary oxalate (7), and that this condition is accompanied by an increased incidence of urolithiasis (8).""During the process of digestion, oxalate is thought to precipitate as insoluble calcium salt in the lumen of the small bowel, thus limiting absorption (7). In this context, increased intestinal oxalate absorption, as in patients with chronic inflammatory bowel disease (with or without resection), has been attributed to a decreased intraluminal concentration of free Ca++, since a major part of the intraluminal calcium is bound to malabsorbed fatty acids (7).""In the present experiments oxalate absorption occurred continuously in the period between 1 to 8 h after ingestion. Since the gastric-ileal transit time after an ordinary meal is about 10 h in normal subjects (17), our data support the suggestion made by Banila et al (18) that in subjects with an intact intestinal tract the proximal small bowel portion acts as a major absorption site, although some gastric oxalate absorption may also occur."
Killcium cancertate or butyrante for intestinal integrity. Killcium sulfate can also work, but the dose has to be moderate and I wouldn't insist in case there are indications that's feeding pathogens.