Many people are afraid of eating too many greens because they have heard the possible dangers of eating too much oxalic acid. Greens, like certain plant foods are high in oxalic acid. You might already guess my stance on this controversy but just
"In Defense of Oxalic Acid". An article describing its benefits and risks relating to the formation of kidney stones and the absorbtion of calcium. Includes a food chart with oxalic acid levels. A common source is rhubarb. A very good read!
Oxalic acid in spinach - I'm not good with raw spinach and kale. Cooked definitely works best for me.
Rooibos tea hasn’t yet gained the popularity that green tea and mate tea have, but it turns out that Rooibos may have just as many benefits, if not more, than these well-known teas. It is important to note that Rooibos is technically an herbal tea and not