A potential pathogenic role of oxalate in autism

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URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1090379811001541

Journal: European Journal of Pediatric Neurology

Publication Date: 09/2012

Summary: Oxalates levels found to be elevated 2.5- 3 times higher in children with autistic spectrum disorder than children who do not have autistic spectrum disorder

Key Takeaways

Oxalates are crystals found in many plant foods such as spinach, potatoes, nuts, and many others that can deposit in tissues in the body and cause damage. Children with autistic spectrum disorder have 2.5-3 times higher levels of oxalates than children without these disorders.

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