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Re: Is papaya and quinoa FODMAP safe?
      11/07/12 03:57 AM
Susie1985

Reged: 05/04/11
Posts: 211


that's an interesting link and strange that it doesn't list broccoli anywhere. I certainly eat (cooked) broccoli as it's got ample SF and is the healthiest vegetable if there ever was one.

the link is also great for distinguishing between mannitol and sorbitol. Sorbitol I do well with, mannitol I am extremely sensitive to.

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now: stable through EFI+FODMAP dieting (no lactose/no fructose/some fructans and some polyols)

before: IBS-D(pseudo-diarrhoea), bloating, often unbearable pain esp from too much fat: Apr 2007- Dec 2010


FODMAPs: http://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/072710p30.shtml


[I've tried VSL#3 -> I could tolerate v good amounts of IF (even with less SF), it worked great (but overall I find it too expensive)]

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* Is papaya and quinoa FODMAP safe?
Cyndy
11/05/12 01:44 PM
* Re: Is papaya and quinoa FODMAP safe?
Syl
11/05/12 03:01 PM
* Re: Is papaya and quinoa FODMAP safe?
Cyndy
02/13/13 01:12 PM
* FODMAPs & Fennel
Syl
02/13/13 01:33 PM
* FENNEL AND CHAMOMILLE TEA ARE HIGH FODMAP TEAS
Cyndy
07/31/13 08:54 AM
* Re: FENNEL AND CHAMOMILLE TEA ARE HIGH FODMAP TEAS
Syl
07/31/13 09:32 AM
* Re: FENNEL AND CHAMOMILLE TEA ARE HIGH FODMAP TEAS
Cyndy
08/01/13 09:05 AM
* There ya go, Syl. Corrected. Sorry! -nt-link included
Cyndy
08/01/13 09:06 AM
* Re: FENNEL AND CHAMOMILLE TEA ARE HIGH FODMAP TEAS
HeatherAdministrator
07/31/13 10:27 AM
* There will not be any clinical studies required ....
Syl
07/31/13 12:33 PM
* Re: There will not be any clinical studies required ....
HeatherAdministrator
07/31/13 12:39 PM
* Re: There will not be any clinical studies required ....
Syl
07/31/13 12:59 PM
* this is updated info from Monash! -nt
Cyndy
08/01/13 12:34 PM
* Re: this is updated info from Monash! -nt
Syl
08/01/13 12:45 PM
* Re: There will not be any clinical studies required ....
HeatherAdministrator
07/31/13 03:23 PM
* BTW --
Syl
07/31/13 01:20 PM
* Re: FODMAPs & Fennel
Cyndy
02/15/13 11:26 AM
* Re: FODMAPs & Fennel
Gerikat
02/15/13 05:38 PM
* Ha Ha
Cyndy
02/16/13 10:05 AM
* Re: Ha Ha
Gerikat
02/16/13 11:32 AM
* Re: FODMAPs & Fennel
Syl
02/15/13 12:24 PM
* Re: Is papaya and quinoa FODMAP safe?
Susie1985
11/07/12 03:57 AM
* Holy crap
Cyndy
11/05/12 01:52 PM
* Re: Holy crap *DELETED* *DELETED*
March
11/10/12 10:55 AM
* Absolutely!
Cyndy
11/10/12 11:54 AM
* Re: Holy crap
Dizzy
11/10/12 11:43 AM
* Re: Holy crap
Gerikat
11/10/12 01:27 PM
* Thank you for all your comments, and I would like to see this board more on topic.
HeatherAdministrator
11/12/12 11:13 AM
* Re: Holy crap
Susie1985
11/07/12 03:54 AM
* okay, I'm done with this
Cyndy
11/07/12 09:16 AM
* Re: okay, I'm done with this
Susie1985
11/08/12 04:50 AM
* Re: okay, I'm done with this
Cyndy
11/08/12 08:27 AM
* Re: okay, I'm done with this
Susie1985
11/08/12 01:43 PM
* I don't think this is a competition
HeatherAdministrator
11/08/12 02:59 PM
* Re: I don't think this is a competition
Susie1985
11/09/12 02:32 AM
* after reading your other comment
Susie1985
11/08/12 04:57 AM
* Re: okay, I'm done with this
Gerikat
11/07/12 12:36 PM
* 'bless your hear, Gerikat!-nt
Cyndy
11/08/12 08:22 AM
* Re: okay, I'm done with this
Syl
11/07/12 09:54 AM
* Re: okay, I'm done with this
Marilyn
11/07/12 12:06 PM
* Avocado
Syl
11/07/12 06:09 AM

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