Ya know, on May 5, 2005, almost five years ago to the day, Yoda told you how to figure out what to eat:
Quote: Before posting a question for every single little food you want to know, ask yourself this first. Is it on the safe soluble fibre list? web page Then it's safe to eat. Is it on the trigger list? web page Then it's not safe to eat. If it's on neither of those lists, you should treat it as insoluble fibre and should be eaten with care, and after soluble fibre.
That's all there is to it. You can ask all the questions you want but the rules for Heather's approach aren't going to change. Your meals without a speck of soluble fiber are still going to be meals without a speck of soluble fiber. Your meals without enough insoluble fiber are still going to be meals without enough insoluble fiber. And rye bread is not magically going to appear on the soluble fiber list which - after five years - you should have for crying out loud memorized - or at least printed out and taped to your refrigerator.
You've had all the information about Heather's approach for over five years. For a while one of the smartest people who ever posted here worked with you via email to help you. You don't do what you're told; you haven't gotten any relief from symptoms; your complaints about Heather's approach are exactly the same as they were five years ago; and you're back to flooding the Boards.
My only remaining suggestion is that you find a good nutritionist, take her Heather's books, and see if she'll work with you. But frankly I don't think you'll do what she tells you to do either so I believe it would be wiser for you to save your money and do what I suggested in a recent post: eat what you want, do what you want, and enjoy yourself.
One final word of philosophical advice: reality is, whether you like it or not. You can scream, yell, insult, complain, blame other people, and insist it's not fair, not fair, not fair. Reality doesn't change.
-------------------- [Research tells us fourteen out of any ten individuals likes chocolate. - Sandra Boynton]