I like my bananas a little on the green side. I have noticed in the past that if I eat a more than one of those a day or just one big one I feel a little bloated later on. I have been eating them regardless this week, just because I need the nutrients. I went to the cafeteria this morning to grab some more fruit and found a couple that were just starting to get the brown spots. I'm eating one right now in my buckwheat and quinoa hot cereal (Bob's Red Mill is growing on me, but I can't eat it plain... What it really needs is brown sugar!) and so far so good.
Those of you who stick with whole foods: What do you eat on a regular basis? Any nutrients you focus on? 90% of the food I keep stocked in my dorm is high sugar/fructose. Most of my usual gluten-accident-recovery foods are included in that 90%. This week I have mainly been eating rice, rice cakes, Bob's buckwheat hot cereal (I know it's not the safest option out there, but I needed something more substantial) with a little quinoa mixed in, some lunch meat (Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh) and bananas. I picked up some carrots and green beans yesterday which I plan to steam later and have around to add to my rice.
I also like green ends on my bananas..seeme like the sugar in the riper ones turns to acid for me. My Dr. had me try (no fructose diet) not seemed to be my problem. Hope you find a longer list of food you can eat soon.