You're welcome! I couldn't see not doing what I could to help other people through this maze. Hope you feel better soon! Lelia
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Sorry to hear about your having to pay the price for several months! Most vegetables have sugar in them in some amount; the trick is to eat the lowest sugar ones possible. Tomatoes are technically a fruit, as are olives (never would have guessed that one!). Corn is a high sugar vegetable; the source of corn syrup, right?
It helps with small amounts of sugar, like in potato chips, nuts, and drugs/supplements with problem "inactive" ingredients. I get it from bulk supplements.com. I don't eat many nuts because but occasionally a few are ok. Good luck. Maybe the disolute mentioned three posts up would help. I haven't tried it yet.
Hi Elaine, this is Lelia responding to your message posted on a different fructose malabsorption list than the one I started. I'm trying to keep it all together under one label. Anyway, thanks for getting back to me. My experience has been the dietitians don't know that much, especially in new areas like fructose malabsorption and CIP. Probably better to go with what the doctor says. Keep in touch. Did you have any good non-clinic experiences in Rochester?
Another recipe, for breaded baked chicken. I used Trader Joe's frozen chicken pieces, thawed, because there are no bones, and Cream of Rice (raw) for the breading. Mix the cream of rice with a little salt and pepper and whatever herb you want. I used sage and thyme. Did the chicken pieces in a beaten egg and then in the breading mixture. Place on a greased baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes until chicken is done. This comes out with a bit of a crunch and is quite tasty.