Guinea Pig Calcium Oxalate Chart

Guinea Pig Calcium Oxalate Chart

Guinea Pig Calcium Oxalates are a common problem. The guinea pig calcium oxalate chart below show the different types of Fruit & Vegetables that have different types of Calcium Quantities and have been sorted in to there strengths. They are listed under 5 sets of data listed from :-

  • Very Low Oxalate Content
  • Low Oxalate Content
  • Medium Oxalate Content
  • High Oxalate Content
  • Extremely High Oxalate Content

May I take this opportunity to point out that different sources give different information. I can only assume that this is due to different factors i.e.Soil Density, Where grown, When Picked, Weather Conditions. This list is not exhaustive and more will be added when data becomes available.

Very LowLowMediumHighExtremely High
AvocadosApple - Golden DeliciousBananasBlack CurrantsBeets
Bok Choy

(Chinese Lettuce)
Apple - Red DeliciousBroccoli RawDandelion GreensBlackberries
CherriesApple - Granny SmithsBrussel SproutsDewberriesCarrots Raw
CourgetteAsparagusPears Un-PeeledGooseberriesCelery Raw
CucumbersGreen CabbageGreen PeppersParsnipsChard
Green BeansCauliflowerTomatoesRaspberriesKale (Kurly Kale)
Honeydew MelonCollard GreensRed CurrantsSpinach
Lettuce (Romaine, Cos)Red GrapesBasil
Passion FruitMangosParsley
Red PeppersPears Peeled
Water Melon

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