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Before being diagnosed I was almost a 100% Raisin Brain cereal eater.    So I switched to Bakery on Main, Gluten Free Granola.   I was having nausea, lose stool, and would get dizzy about 30 min. after eating it.   Doc said to switch to Soy milk.   That didn't really help either.   Now I just put water in it.   But I think the corn in it is also causing me issue.   Can anyone recommend a filling gluten-free and corn free cereal.   I don't want to eat eggs and Canadian bacon everyday.   It needs to fill me up for about 3 hrs.

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12 minutes ago, sddave said:

Before being diagnosed I was almost a 100% Raisin Brain cereal eater.    So I switched to Bakery on Main, Gluten Free Granola.   I was having nausea, lose stool, and would get dizzy about 30 min. after eating it.   Doc said to switch to Soy milk.   That didn't really help either.   Now I just put water in it.   But I think the corn in it is also causing me issue.   Can anyone recommend a filling gluten-free and corn free cereal.   I don't want to eat eggs and Canadian bacon everyday.   It needs to fill me up for about 3 hrs.

Yum, what's wrong with eggs and bacon?

i just got some gluten-free granola yesterday that I tried this morning and it's not too bad but it's got gluten-free oats. Can you do oats?

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I feel your pain. Gluten free and corn free is difficult.  I eat Erewhon rice Crisps or Barbara's makes a rice crisp cereal as well. You can also try yogurt. Read the ingredients some have corn syrup or corn starch.  Just an fyi for you high fructose corn syrup does not contain any corn. 

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20 minutes ago, Victoria1234 said:

Yum, what's wrong with eggs and bacon?

i just got some gluten-free granola yesterday that I tried this morning and it's not too bad but it's got gluten-free oats. Can you do oats?

Love bacon and eggs but don't think it would be a good idea to eat it everyday :)

Not sure about oats.  I didn't handle KIND Raspberry Granola (w/oats) well.  But that was when I was adding milk.

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24 minutes ago, MichLab said:

I feel your pain. Gluten free and corn free is difficult.  I eat Erewhon rice Crisps or Barbara's makes a rice crisp cereal as well. You can also try yogurt. Read the ingredients some have corn syrup or corn starch.  Just an fyi for you high fructose corn syrup does not contain any corn. 

I'll have to try Erewhon Organic Gluten Free Cereal.   Thx.

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46 minutes ago, sddave said:

Love bacon and eggs but don't think it would be a good idea to eat it everyday :)

Not sure about oats.  I didn't handle KIND Raspberry Granola (w/oats) well.  But that was when I was adding milk.

I myself may start eating eggs every morning as I've got to stay full from 6am till around noon and granola ain't gonna cut it. I might be able to sneak a snack but not sure of my schedule yet. 

Ill check out my granola and let u know the name of it if it's not full of corn.

of course the gluten-free oats might be getting you, not the milks....

 

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Thrive Market Coconut Flake Cereal, Bob Red Mills Paleo Musauli, Julian Bakery Pro Granola  are corn and gluten free, the coconut flake and the Julian Bakery are grain free. You can also make porridge out of a nut based flour like almond, coconut, and a  bit of ground flax....taste wonderful with a bit of extract, I made a almond and flax one for lunch today with banana extract and stevia for a sugar free banana nut muffin flavored porridge + it was almost zero net carbs.


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Peanut butter is always my breakfast when I want to stay full for a while.  When I am in a rush, I just eat a spoon of peanut butter and a glass of milk with some fruit. When I have a bit more time, I make toast with peanut butter. Cereal doesn't keep me full in general.

I know you said you might have trouble with oats (but if you figure out that's not the case), what about a bowl of oatmeal?

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I have a corn and wheat allergy. I stick to puffed rice or oatmeal, and I do a fair amount of fruit and yogurt, although brand choice is limited, look for brands with rice starch as a thickener(liberte). Also, if you are going to eat back bacon( canadian bacon), be aware that a fair amount of brands roll the bacon rounds in corn meal.

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