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Dietary Oxalate and Innate Immunity in Kidney Stone Disease

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Dietary Oxalate and Innate Immunity in Kidney Stone Disease

This study will test whether oxalate stimulates urinary crystals and impacts the immune system in healthy subjects using two controlled diets (low and high oxalate).

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Dietary Supplement - Low Oxalate Diet

Participants will consume a diet that is controlled in its daily contents of oxalate and calcium, and in its content of carbohydrate, fat, and protein. Participants will be asked not to take any dietary supplements, to exercise strenuously, or to consume food or drink that is not provided to them

Dietary Supplement - High Oxalate Diet

Participants will consume a diet that is controlled in its daily contents of oxalate and calcium, and in its content of carbohydrate, fat, and protein. Participants will be asked not to take any dietary supplements, to exercise strenuously, or to consume food or drink that is not provided to them.

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Dietary Oxalate and Innate Immunity in Kidney Stone Disease

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NCT04051346

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