Up to, say, one month ago I added a little bit of fructose to sweeten my coffee. Then, I substituted fructose with almond milk and liked it more. I noticed that my urine during the evening became cloudy. Not the entire day, but only during late evening. The other symptoms of UTI, like odor, frequency, pain, were entirely absent. I tried stop taking any new supplement that I had started during this period. Also, stopped vitamin D3 fearing that excess calcium was causing the clouding. Nothing. If it was not for this pandemic, I would have had an urine lab test to find out. But, currently, frequenting such places, like labs, is not a good idea.
I read this from the Mayo Clinic site: newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/...
"In fact, people who’ve had calcium oxalate kidney stones do need a certain amount of calcium in their diets. And, although almond milk and other plant-based milks, such as soy milk, contain calcium, they also contain oxalate. People with a history of calcium oxalate stones often are cautioned to avoid oxalate-rich foods."
I am not aware of having any kidney stones, but one can never be 100% certain. Then, by stopping the almond milk, cloudy urine went away.
Am I correct in assuming that excess quantity of oxalate was purged-off via the urinary route after spending some time within the body?