6 episodes

The Low Oxalate Kitchen podcast is all about making a Low Oxalate Diet easier to follow. Researchers and doctors will appear on the show to make sure you have clear, up-to-date, reliable scientific information. We will also have chefs sharing their low oxalate recipes, and anyone else who can contribute to making sure you have all the resources you need to help you take control of your health.

Low Oxalate Kitchen Vincent Cilento

    • Nutrition
    • 4.8, 5 Ratings

The Low Oxalate Kitchen podcast is all about making a Low Oxalate Diet easier to follow. Researchers and doctors will appear on the show to make sure you have clear, up-to-date, reliable scientific information. We will also have chefs sharing their low oxalate recipes, and anyone else who can contribute to making sure you have all the resources you need to help you take control of your health.

    Dietary Calcium, Sodium Intake and Kidney Stones - Melanie Betz MS, RD, CSR, CSG

    Dietary Calcium, Sodium Intake and Kidney Stones - Melanie Betz MS, RD, CSR, CSG

    This episode is the second part of my conversation with Melanie Betz, a registered dietitian who is board certified in renal nutrition and works in the nephrology department at the University of Chicago Medical Center. We discussed the effects of dietary calcium on kidney stone formation, as well as the effects of sodium intake. Melanie also talks about her new e-Cookbook, that's dedicated to the prevention of calcium oxalate kidney stones. Be sure to check out Melanie's blog https://thekidneydietitian.org

    • 46 min
    Dietary Protein, Sugar Intake and Kidney Stones - Melanie Betz MS, RD, CSR, CSG

    Dietary Protein, Sugar Intake and Kidney Stones - Melanie Betz MS, RD, CSR, CSG

    In this episode, I talked to Melanie Betz, a registered dietitian who is board certified in renal nutrition and works in the nephrology department at the University of Chicago Medical Center. We discussed the effects of dietary protein on kidney stone formation, as well as the effects of sugar intake. In addition, Melanie also took the time to answer some questions from the Low Oxalate Kitchen Facebook group. Be sure to check out Melanie's blog https://thekidneydietitian.org

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Homemade Infused Oils and Pickled Vegetables - Alexandra Cleanthous

    Homemade Infused Oils and Pickled Vegetables - Alexandra Cleanthous

    In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Alexandra Cleanthous of Food & Thoughts. We chat a little bit about her experiences becoming a chef and then Alex walks us through her processes for infusing oils and pickling your own vegetables, and then shares one of her own recipes with us, adding a little extra flavor to a simple and delicious meal. 

    Be sure to follow Alex on Instagram here and check our her blog as well.

    • 47 min
    The Role of Mindfulness and Meditation in Helping the Body to Heal - Amy Rutledge

    The Role of Mindfulness and Meditation in Helping the Body to Heal - Amy Rutledge

    In this episode, I sit down with actress, singer, artist, meditation instructor and my beautiful girlfriend Amy Rutledge. We sat down to talk a little bit about her health struggles and journey towards wellness, and how mindfulness and meditation have helped her along the way. She also shares a 14 minute meditation that is perfect for anyone who is struggling with their physical health.

    • 48 min
    Experimenting in the Kitchen - Alysha Melnyk

    Experimenting in the Kitchen - Alysha Melnyk

    In Episode 2 of the Low Oxalate Kitchen podcast, we talk to biologist and chef Alysha Melnyk. Alysha is the founder and content creator for The Kitchenologist©, a blog that is dedicated to healthy eating and experimenting in the kitchen. In addition to creating content for her blog, Alysha is the Recipe Creator for Taproot Farm, an organic farm in Berks County, Pennsylvania. In this episode, we talk to Alysha about how she got into cooking, and then talk about a few recipes of hers that are low in oxalate.

    • 47 min
    Oxalate Content and Absorption - Michael Liebman, PhD

    Oxalate Content and Absorption - Michael Liebman, PhD

    In Episode 1 of the Low Oxalate Kitchen podcast, Dr. Michael Liebman I attempt to help clear the waters for people just starting out on a low oxalate diet. We also give a bit more detail for the people who have been trying to figure this out for some time and are at the point that they want take a deeper dive.

    We talk about the factors that affect the oxalate content of foods, and also the factors that affect how much oxalate is actually getting absorbed into the body once its ingested.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Abbey Jane ,

Yay!

Thank you so much. I’m just learning about a low oxalate diet and finding this podcast is the perfect place to start. Thank you!!

anfranc325 ,

🙋🏻‍♀️

Very informative! Can’t wait for more!

Top Podcasts In Nutrition

Listeners Also Subscribed To