, Number 43, was published at the end of February. It was mailed to VPF members in the United States and other countries in early March.
This issue features a follow-up article on vitamin B6 research related to hyperoxaluria; new oxalate data for organic (Pacific) soups and protein powders made from brown rice, pumpkin seed, soy, and hemp; several first-person recovery stories; and low oxalate recipes for delicious end-of-winter and early spring meals.
In the Helpful Products section, VPF members recommend good sources of calcium citrate without vitamin D, N-acetyl-glucosamine (NAG), digestive enzymes, lubricants, and more. A full report of the Foundationís annual fundraiser as well as encouraging letters and notes from recovered members are also included.
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