What foods contain calcium oxalate?

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There are no foods that naturally contain calcium oxalate.

The chemical compound (calcium oxalate) forms when calcium and oxalate combine in the GI (gastrointestinal) tract. This may contribute to kidney stone formation. People prone to forming calcium oxalate stones may be asked by their physician to limit or avoid certain foods known to contain high amounts of calcium or oxalate.

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