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Problems With Sugar Cane
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Since going gluten I can't stuff with sugar like sweets or something, but I eat a cereal that has evaporated cane juice and I'm just fine. I tried a soy milk with organic sugar cane and it gave me digestive problems. Is a reaction to sugar cane and products from it something anyone else has experienced?

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Since going gluten I can't stuff with sugar like sweets or something, but I eat a cereal that has evaporated cane juice and I'm just fine. I tried a soy milk with organic sugar cane and it gave me digestive problems. Is a reaction to sugar cane and products from it something anyone else has experienced?

I took an ELISA (blood) test for delayed reaction (IgG mediated) allergies. I tested very high on cane sugar. When I accidentally consume that, I get 48 hours of tachycardia and nausea. However, with my other allergens I get bloating and cramping intestinal pain. Nevertheless I still can consume other sugars, like beet sugar, rice syrup, maple syrup, honey, agave, without any problem. However I don't tolerate the alcohol based artificial sweetners like sorbitol, mannitol, etc.

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It's quite possible it is the soy. A lot of people have problems with soy.

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It's quite possible it is the soy. A lot of people have problems with soy.

I was also diagnosed by Enterolab with soy (IgA mediated) allergy. I react to soy with cramping pain, bloating and gas, similar to my gluten reaction. Although many people with gluten intolerance have additional allergies to those 8 major allergens, they can develop delayed reaction allergies to almost any food.

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No I am fine with soy. I just want to know if other people have problems with sugar cane, because obviously before I had all my problems with gluten I had no problem with sugar.

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I have problems with sugar cane. I am very sensitive and have problems with all sorts of things. I haven't been able to find a sweetener yet that I can tolerate. I think it is from cc, but I'm not sure.

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I have problems with sugar cane. I am very sensitive and have problems with all sorts of things. I haven't been able to find a sweetener yet that I can tolerate. I think it is from cc, but I'm not sure.

Have you tried agave syrup yet? I don't have any problems with it in moderation. But if I eat too much of (which is easy to do lol) then it will kinda bother me. Stuff like honey, maple syrup and brown rice syrup irritate my stomach so agave syrup is pretty much it as far as sweeteners I can eat.

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I got some recently and plan to trial it next. Thanks. What brand do you use?

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Madhava or Wholesome Sweeteners. Hopefully you are able to eat them. Agave syrup is really good! :)

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