What Happens If You Eat Too Much Beetroot?

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Taking too much beetroot increases the level of oxalate in our bodies. Oxalate is a naturally occurring molecule that is present in many plants and also occurs naturally in the human body. Too much of oxalate can cause problems like kidney stones, lactose intolerance, osteoporosis, or vulvodynia.
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