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The right diet to reduce oxalates

Dear doctor,

Lately i've been diagnosed with oxalates in urine. I have to change the diet except drinking a lot of water. Could you advice me or suggest any website knowing what foods should i be careful to.

Thank you.
S.
Are you (or the subject of the question) male or female?
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Female
What is your (or the subject of the question) height?
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5'9
What is your (or the subject of the question) weight (kg or lb)?
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73 kg
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