OxiPur – Gout & Kidney Stones For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Food & Drink

Price: Free

Rating: 4.46988 stars based on 332 reviews

OxiPur – Gout & Kidney Stones

OxiPur – Gout & Kidney Stones Chromebook App Download

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  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2016-11-02
  • Current Version: 3.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 76.60 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
  • Developer: Baliza GmbH

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Dietary advice for gout or kidney stones is often conflicting, inaccurate or even completely outdated. Our app OxiPur contains only the most recent information available on these topics. We analyzed hundreds of scientific studies and summarized the results in helpful notes. Additionally, you can use the app to create and evaluate your own recipes or track your daily intake with the food diary. You won't find any other resource that offers such a wealth of information in one place. Our app is the perfect tool to improve your eating habits and get your health back! OxiPur covers the following topics: ■ Diet and Gout Even today, the main treatment of gout still focuses too much on avoiding purines, although they are only part of the problem. Our app uses a wider approach and includes additional important factors like alcohol, fructose, and sodium. You can also combine different dietary profiles (e.g. low glycemic index) as needed. ■ Low Oxalate Diet Without proper instruction a low oxalate diet is very complicated to follow. Our app knows the oxalate content of about a thousand foods and helps you plan your meals. It also considers the bioavailability of oxalates as well as other factors that play a role in renal problems like the formation of kidney stones. You can use the app for free with a limited functionality. It doesn't require a registration and is free of ads. If you want more details, there are two separate one-time in-app purchases that upgrade each topic with additional features and information. ► Free Version • Profiles for a low purine diet and a low oxalate diet • Access to food database with more than 1,000 entries • Creation of five entries in the food diary • Creation of five recipes • List of favorites • Shopping list • Access to detailed articles and our blog* • Direct link to Wikipedia articles • No internet connection required • Dark Mode ► Pro Version • Unlock all information and features • Nutrition table with purine, uric acid and oxalic acid content • Recipe calculator: Create your own recipes and see their nutritional composition • Unlimited number of entries in the food diary • Access 45 nutritional values incl. vitamins, minerals and glycemic index • Sort by nutritional values • Set up advanced filter criteria • Personalize the app with additional dietary profiles: Strong oxalate reduction, Low-salt diet for high blood pressure, Healthy fats, Low glycemic load, Low carb diet, Natural foods • Useful extra functions for vegetarian and vegan diet ■ About Us At Baliza, we have been developing nutritional apps that provide tailored nutritional recommendations to people with special dietary needs since 2011. Our award-winning apps are helpful guides that combine carefully researched information from scientific sources with all the capabilities offered by modern smartphones. You get all of our apps as a fair one-time purchase without a subscription. *https://www.baliza.de/en/blog/files/category-oxipur.html



  • Application works ok

    By 20932120123
    The only drawback to this application is the limited amount of foods in the database. Needs more options. For example, soups, condiments and common things from the grocery store to include frozen meals. Brand names like Coke, Pepsi, frozen pizza, etc. Other apps allow you to scan bar code labels and they give nutritional information, but not oxalates, etc. For $10.00 the data base needs work!
  • Excellent

    By AnninArkansas
    This app has worked so well for me. It really helps.
  • Don't waste your time

    By Tracy A 777
    Doesn't give you any numbers as to the oxalates. Better to go to Facebook and get one of the spreadsheets from the group there.
  • Hard data, love it!

    By Luc in MN
    Love this app. Objective information is sadly hard to come by these days. I was first diagnosed with gout 1.5 years ago. My mind needs objective, hard data to educate myself, not opinions. While every body reacts differently, this guide is a great start. I highly recommend it. Flare up free since the first one 1.5 years ago. Thanks in part by closely following this food guide. Great app, well done.
  • Lots of good information 👍🏼

    By wont let me give a nickname
    I purchased the app, and found it very difficult to navigate. I tried all different ways to figure things out and so did my husband who is a paramedic.. honestly we could not figure this thing out. Then I wrote to the company and Jurgen explained in great detail how to work what I was confused with, and told me were to look for the rest. This app has everything in it about many foods.
  • Useless unless you have pen and paper this is useless

    By 1MMZ
    First, unless you pay for pro, you’re just guestimating the number of oxalates in s food based on the green, yellow, red color code. You need to buy the program to get the exact number in a food, but you can’t most stone producers want to plan or record foods for the dat to stay within a range. So, without paper and pencil, I can’t keep a running total. Adding an item to a shopping list is useless.
  • Oxalator values do not match up with other sources such as the Harvard School of Public Health

    By JDDon2022
    Take oranges for example.: HSOPH says oranges are very high in oxalates. This app says they are ok and very low. I now can’t trust this app which I had to pay for thinking it would have better info.
  • Great app

    By JeffSat22
    Suffer from Gout. This app helps monitor the uric acid in every day food items.
  • Oxalate info

    By paysoccer
    This was the one I was looking for for oxalate-based diet creation on kidney stone prevention. The free version gives a lot of great stuff, but I purchased the paid version two so I could see the cholesterol management as well. I have not seen any other apps that give this level of customization for special diets. It’s not particularly beautiful, but it gets the job done.
  • Useless app

    By Oldyanky
    Saying every food is moderate is just not helpful or correct.