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What`s the harm of oxalate, unbound calcium?

If soluble oxalic acid in the kidneys is associated with soluble calcium salts, by reaction of oxalic acid with the calcium salts in the kidney falls insoluble in water salt calcium oxalate, and this sediment is the cause of kidney stones. A few years ago I read an article in the magazine "world of science", where scientists have suggested that eating foods containing large amounts of oxalic acid, simultaneously with drugs containing soluble calcium salts. When this reaction takes place not in the kidney, and in stomach and small intestine, therefore, the insoluble oxalates do not precipitate in the kidneys and excreted with the feces, which prevents or greatly reduces the risk of kidney stones.
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