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BRUMI1968

Member Since 18 May 2006
Offline Last Active Jan 18 2012 09:56 PM
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Low FODMAP Diet Opinion/thoughts

20 November 2010 - 04:45 PM

I've been doing the low fomap diet with amazing success (way less bloating, farting, etc.) I am having trouble getting enough fiber, because I also go grain free for the most part (teeth hurt when I eat brown rice, and just do better grain free all in all, so that is a bit of an issue for me that I'm working on. Here is my question:


If aduki/adzuki beans are fermented into MISO, are the sugars in them that would otherwise bother me (fodmap) be already digested up by the bacterias in the miso. This is soy free miso, and gluten free miso. I am trying it out to see how I do on it, I just wondered what you all thought about it. Logically, it seems that miso would be okay on low fodmap - okay as the only way to eat beans. Also, if fermenting does eat sugars, couldn't fermenting other veggies that are off limits also make them back on limits? Hmmmmmm.

Also, why does the low fodmap diet lady say you can eat peanuts when they are a legume? Seems odd to me. I don't really go with the book; rather just got a list of the foods online and eliminated them all - have not officially added any back but have noticed right away with garlic, onions, and beans, the times I did "cheat".

Thanks for your thoughts.

Low Fodmap And Raw Sauerkraut

26 August 2010 - 09:11 AM

Hi all. Wondering if raw sauerkraut, which is made from cabbage, would be allowed on low fodmap. So far, low fodmap has really helped my bloating. I made a mistake with onions and it showed, and then yesterday I got bloated for a spell for no good fodmap reason....

Anyway, I'm also struggling with low iron so am adding meat back into my diet, but like to eat it with raw sauerkraut to help me digest it - any thoughts. Also, apple cider vinegar (to raise my stomach acid) - that's made from apples, but would a tiny bit be allowed?

Going To Start A Low/no Fodmap Diet

17 August 2010 - 07:40 PM


Hi all. I'm about to start a low/no FODMAP diet tomorrow. (I wanted to eat up the Brussels sprouts and zucchini I had just bought first.) I am thinking of doing ZERO high fodmaps for a couple weeks, then adding each family in one at a time. Is that reasonable? I don't have the books and my library does not have them either, but I do have a list of foods that should be limited and those that are allowed.

I already don't do gluten (obviously), soy, sugar, garlic (bloats me), dried fruit (stinks me right up), dairy...and I eat very little grains. Rice makes my teeth hurt (demineralization?). Corn actually works okay for me as a grain, so I might go with that if potatoes start to make me crazy.

Symptoms are not severe, just bloating and gas. Those were always my main problems, along with C, and the bloat has only ever gone away on the body ecology diet (which is very hard to maintain) ... so I think the low sugars might be key.

Anyway, any advice would be welcomed.

Recall Of Deboles gluten-free Kids Only! Tubettini Pasta

23 July 2010 - 01:51 PM

Message: 2
From: U.S. Food &amp; Drug Administration (FDA) <fda@service.govdelivery.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2010 15:04:23 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: DeBoles<sup>® </sup> Nutritional Foods, Inc. Voluntarily Recalls One Lot Code of DeBoles<sup>® </sup>Kids Only! Gluten Free Tubettini Corn Pasta Due to the Presence of an Undeclared Allergen, Lot Code 30JUN11D1

DeBoles® Nutritional Foods, Inc. Voluntarily Recalls One Lot Code of DeBoles® Kids Only! Gluten Free Tubettini Corn Pasta Due to the Presence of an Undeclared Allergen, Lot Code 30JUN11D1
Thu, 22 Jul 2010 14:44:00 -0500

DeBoles Nutritional Foods, Inc. announced that it is recalling one lot code of DeBoles® Kids Only! Gluten Free Tubettini Corn Pasta because it may contain undeclared whole wheat alphabet pasta. People who are allergic to wheat run the risk of an allergic reaction, which may be serious or life-threatening if they consume the recalled product.

Glutino Raisin Bread Recall

03 April 2010 - 12:24 PM

from usda email:

Message: 3
From: U.S. Food &amp; Drug Administration (FDA) <fda@service.govdelivery.com>
Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2010 13:08:53 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: Glutino Food Group Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Egg Product in Raisin Bread

Glutino Food Group Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Egg Product in Raisin Bread
Fri, 02 Apr 2010 12:02:00 -0500

The Glutino Food Group of Lawrence, Mass. is voluntarily recalling Glutino Raisin Bread because it may contain undeclared egg product as one of the ingredients. Consumers who have an allergy or sensitivity to eggs run the risk of serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.