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Dietary Oxalate and Immune Cell Function

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Dietary Oxalate and Immune Cell Function

The purpose of this study is to evaluate mitochondrial function in white blood cells and platelets from healthy individuals following dietary oxalate intake.

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Dietary Supplement - Breakfast

a prepared meal consisting of pastry and 2 cooked egg whites

Dietary Supplement - Spinach smoothie

a prepared blended spinach smoothie, consisting of banana, avocado, orange juice, and spinach

Dietary Supplement - Kale smoothie

prepared blended kale smoothie, consisting of banana, avocado, orange juice, and kale

Dietary Supplement - Blended smoothie

a prepared blended smoothie, consisting of banana, avocado, and orange juice

Dietary Supplement - V spinach smoothie

a prepared blended spinach smoothie, consisting of banana, avocado, orange juice, and a varying amount (low, medium, high) of spinach

Dietary Supplement - Sodium oxalate drink

a prepared sodium oxalate drink

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Dietary Oxalate and Immune Cell Function

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NCT03877276

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