There is no definitive answer here as only some people do not produce enough enzymes with which to break oxalates down. Others absorb too much oxalates as their intake of dietary fat is too high.
"What is the presence of oxalates in gauva friut with ripening?"
No, oxalates should be avoided, as they interfere with calcium absorption.
Not if it's fed in low quantities. Cabbage leaves contain oxalates that, though lower than that in rhubarb leaves, may still cause poisoning problems in cattle if fed too much.
well how much is to many? the answer is it can never be to much of many
Smoking, too much alcohol, too much (direct) sunlight, too much exercise, too much fatty food, too many carbohydrates.
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