Low Oxalate, Low Salicylate Group Coaching

Are you dealing with oxalate? Do you also have symptoms that don’t appear to be oxalate related but appear to be related to food? This is not uncommon! Many of us may have noticed symptoms when we eat certain kinds of foods – and the pattern may have nothing to do with oxalate. What is going on?

One of the possible issues we can develop concurrently (or even before) we notice oxalate issues can be related to salicylate. Salicylate is a common component of plant foods, and we can have trouble detoxing it. Some of us may have full-blown intolerance. If you are currently following a low salicylate diet (and not improving) or if you are currently following a low oxalate diet (and not improving) salicylate could be a culprit.

I’m going to be running a group coaching course which helps you to understand the overlap of salicylate and oxalate, including what foods will be safe through the types of symptoms and including the safe use of supplements. It’s starts next week on October 26th!

Interested? Here’s what we will be covering over 4 weeks:

Session 1: Low Oxalate / Low Salicylate Eating

  • What foods are ok for me?
  • Low oxalate and low salicylate food list
  • The patterns in the safe foods
  • The challenge of thresholds: How low do you go? Understanding your individual needs.
  • The science behind food list: How Monique came up with the baseline for determining what the safe foods are.
  • Weekly recipes

Session 2: All About Symptoms

  • Oxalate and dumping symptoms vs salicylate symptoms
  • How to intervene when you have symptoms
  • How oxalate gets stranded in tissues and how salicylate doesn’t get processed
  • Weekly recipes

Session 3: All About Supplements

  • Supplements to help with oxalate
  • Supplements to help with salicylate
  • How to support better sulphation: The differences between oxalate and salicylate and how it helps.
  • Weekly recipes

Session 4: Monique’s “Pet” Topics and Your Questions

  • Stress
  • Neurotransmitters
  • The healing journey: How long will it take to get better?
  • Your Questions
  • Recipe E-book

We will have a weekly live Zoom starting at 1 pm Eastern on October 26, November 2, November 9 and November 16. Each Zoom will be recorded, so that even if you cannot attend, you can click a link and be able to enjoy the recorded video.

If you are interested, the course is starting next week! You can find out more by emailing my assistant (just click the envelope):      She will get you a link where you can register.