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u/MadFops · 3 pointsr/FODMAPS

I'm slowly digesting (!) these papers you cite. Very, very interesting. Many thanks. I'm not getting the details of table 6, to which you refer, in the page served up to me from, but in attempting to get a full version am coming across all sorts of other things ... I may be in this rabbit-hole awhile ...

It is starting to look that the FODMAPs are concentrated in the shell/husk across a number of grains. Interesting is that "roughage" has been a cult inclusion in the past, and Nutraceuticals paper Chapter 54 – Prebiotics: Safety and Toxicity Considerations seems to be suggesting that there is a lot of industry effort into manufacturing commercial equivalents.

<RANT>Grrr! If people want to scour their system why don't they just eat appropriately??????<\/RANT>

The field v. glass house environment effects are curious. This isn't my subject (... yet) but I'd hypothesise that in the field the natural way of grains/cereal crops is to protect the germ - Our use of it as a foodstuff isn't really in the plants' interests ! - so husk composition will be more resilient ( and thereby less digestible ) than the "soft, white-handed" cossetted glass grown crops, which ironically make for better foodstuffs for those of us with defective systems. ^[1]

I say curious, because of the Spelt phenomenon. Here we have an "ancient" grass, that has only recently attracted the interest of the commercial growers, that you might have expected to be very field resilient ^[2], and yet the carbohydrates it contains are better tolerated by those with FODMAPs issues.

If you ( u/penthiseleia ) come across more papers on the subject please PM me - or post here: I know there are a number of redditors who are interested at this level.

Edit: [1] From: Food oligosaccharides : production, analysis and bioactivity / [edited by] F. Javier Moreno and
M. Luz Sanz. 2014:

> Oligosaccharides are found in several plant species, accumulated in organs such as bulbs, tubers, roots or seeds, and playing important roles such as carbon storage and translocation (Pollock et al. 2003), and protection against cold and drought stress (Hendry 1993). Fructan-type oligosaccharides (FTO) and raffinose family oligosaccharides (RFO) are the most widely distributed in the plant kingdom.

( My emphasis )

Edit: [2] From: Spelt: Meals, Cakes, Cookies & Breads From the Good Grain. Saul, Roger

> "In our first spelt trial, we grew three different types, and found that a hardy old German variety was the best for our soil type and climate. Dehusking the grain presented a real challenge, as one of spelt’s natural features is its extra-strong outer husk."

u/-CalicoJack · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

If you’re in the US and want to buy them off Amazon, I just spotted a couple warehouse deals:

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u/Journey333444 · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

The IBS Elimination Diet and Cookbook: The Proven Low-FODMAP Plan for Eating Well and Feeling Great

My dietitian is guiding me through low-fodmap and recommended this book. It’s been a life saver. It’s scary when you’re steadily losing weight and not trying to. I’m 5’8 and 122lbs with hardly any muscle. Was diagnosed with gastroparis, Gerd, depression/anxiety, and hyper mobility injuries. It’s been a rough past two years.
I hope the book can help you out too. It’s an easy read which makes it easier.

u/tungtingshrimp · 6 pointsr/FODMAPS

My stomach is as weak as they come but my son’s stomach is ironclad. I would focus on providing a well rounded diet high in healthy fats, protein, fruits and vegetables without regard for the FODMAP and just pay attention to how food affects him.

See if you can get this book from your library - I used it to help guide good food choices.

u/00benallen · 1 pointr/FODMAPS

I recommend this book, saved my life and comes with a ton of great explanation PLUS a huge collection of low-FODMAP recipes:

u/_boopiter_ · 3 pointsr/FODMAPS

Went to go check it out, available on Kindle Unlimited if anyone else is interested.


Thanks for sharing this!

u/Tangled_Wires · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

> xylose isomerase

The reviews from Amazon are really positive so I'll look into it, thanks for the tip.

u/AskMrScience · 3 pointsr/FODMAPS

Thanks for the tip! I just ordered some Eat Anything enzyme supplements.

They contain both alpha-galactosidase and xylose isomerase (which is supposed to convert fructose to glucose). Here's hoping they work!

u/for_real_analysis · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

We just got this book: Low Fodmap and Vegan: What to Eat When You Can't Eat Anything.

I've been cooking low fodmap and vegan for like 2 years now (low fodmap for partner, vegan for me) and I just found this. so far the recipes are AMAZING! There are a few with seitan that you won't be able to have as gf, but you can always sub quinoa, lentils, and, if the symptoms subside after being low fodmap for awhile, tofu or tempeh.

Totally do-able <3. Feel free to PM me for advice.

u/lunartigersong · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

I get colavita brand off amazon, it's not a bad price for that much olive oil even if it weren't infused. The garlic taste is like BAM, but in a good way.

u/zblaxberg · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

I use peppermint and ginger oil. Specifically this product:

It's been amazing for my stomach.

u/TheCoelacanth · 1 pointr/FODMAPS

What worked for me was to get a cookbook of strictly low FODMAP recipes and stick to that for most meals. As I became more familiar with the diet, I branched out quite a bit, but starting out it was really helpful to have a single place to look for all my meals.

u/iron-on · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

This stuff is great! No onion OR garlic!

u/bestpeachpie · 3 pointsr/FODMAPS

I have gotten a lot of use out of this cookbook: Low-Fodmap and Vegan: What to Eat When You Can't Eat Anything

What I found I miss most are sauces and this book has some good ones.

u/the_real_dairy_queen · 1 pointr/FODMAPS

I got this Jarro-Dophilus and it completely changed my life. No prebiotic!

Jarrow Formulas Jarro-Dophilus EPS, 5 Billion Cells Per Capsule, Supports Intestinal Function and Health, 60 Veggie Capsules

u/sliverdragon37 · 2 pointsr/FODMAPS

I take these (psyllium husk capsules), and it works for me:

u/branbread · 1 pointr/FODMAPS

I just got this cookbook out of the library

It has a good amount of recipes that are either vegan or easily made vegan. (The entrees seem to mostly have meat but tempeh, tofu and seitan are all low fodmaps so you can just do something with one of those as the protein and use the flavorings she's picked out.)

u/whinenot88 · 3 pointsr/FODMAPS

We use store-bought. Homemade is too much hassle. Colavita Roasted Garlic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Low FODMAP, 32 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)

u/paperina100 · 1 pointr/FODMAPS

The book, The Two Step Low Fodmap Eating Plan, has suggestions for reintroducing each group, one per week. They suggest you start with mannitols and eat 1/2 cup mushrooms or 1/3 cauliflower.

u/devilsho · 1 pointr/FODMAPS

For garlic, it's like 2 hellish days for me and then it tapers off into random abdominal cramps after that. All in all I'd say it takes a week for me to fully recover. Get you some of Heather's Peppermint capsules, pop em a few times a day, and try out CBD oil too. That stuff is magic. If I've really messed up I take some ibuprofen as well.