Suggested diet

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Suggested diet

Postby Lisa » Sun Oct 17, 2010 1:52 pm

These contain low choline.

Creamer, cottage cheese, cheddar cheese, sour cream, cream cheese, oat, rice, or cocnut milk.

White bread, (without added soya flour)
Plain potato crisps
Danish pastry
Wheat crackers
Biscuits, (plain)
Spaghetti noodles
Brown rice/white rice
Pasta
Bagels
Corn/tortilla chips
Rice noodles
Porridge oats
Sweet potatoes
Frozen chips
Cereals Kellogg's Cheerios, Wheaties, Cornflakes, Rice krispies.
Wheat flour, white
Crumpets
Pitta bread

Pork sausages, (the lower the meat content, the lower the choline)
Turkey sausages

Egg whites
Sugar
Treacle
Icing sugar
Glucose
Jam
Honey
Golden syrup
Boiled sweets
Marmalade

Brewed tea
Fruit squash
Fruit juice
Mineral water

Salt
Herbs
Chutney
Soy sauce
Cornflour
Salad dressing, (no egg or lecithin E322)
Pepper
Spices
Salsa
Mustard
Vinegar
Baking powder
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Re: Suggested diet

Postby Lisa » Sun Oct 17, 2010 1:57 pm

Go cautiously with;

Whole milk
Yoghurt, plain/fruit
Oat bran
Wheat bran
Bacon
Nuts
Coffee
Beans- Navy, baked, kidney.


Use with caution!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Skimmed milk
Soya milk
Semi - skimmed milk
Sheep and goats milk

Egg
Chicken
Beef
Pork loin
Soyabeans
Mutton
Chicken liver
Ground beef
Veal

Hope this helps.x
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Re: Suggested diet

Postby Lisa » Sun Oct 17, 2010 2:14 pm

Breakfasts

Cereal
English muffin, toasted with butter/marge. (free from Lecithin E322)
White bread, honey, jam, marmalade
Crumpets, (check for lecithin)
Porridge
Grilled mushrooms, toms, scrambled egg whites, turkey bacon, white toast


Lunch/dinner


Toasted bagel with cream cheese, wafer thin ham/chicken
Pasta salad, with cucumber, peppers, toms, radish, sweetcorn. Wafer thin ham/chicken
Egg white omelette, (3 egg whites), mushrooms, peppers, toms
Soup, chunky vegetable, tomato, with crackers, (not high fibre), or breadsticks
Bulgar wheat salad with roasted veg, (aubergine, peppers, courgette, beetroot, tomato) with feta cheese
Jacket potato with ratatouille, (homemade, or shop bought), or homemade coleslaw
Pepper stuffed with rice or couscous and mixed veg, ie, carrots, mushrooms, toms, sweetcorn

Dinner/Tea

Chickpeas, paneer (indian cheese) or meat, serve with boiled rice, popadoms
Pork sausages, mashed potatoes/sweet potatoes.
Butternut squash risotto
Chicken, peppers, mangetout, soft flour tortilla wrap, sour cream, salsa.
Veg kebabs, chop, potatoes, courgette, peppers, aubergine, pitta bread, cubes of chicken/turkey, or halloumi cheese.
Vegetable moussaka
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Re: Suggested diet

Postby shania12345 » Sun Oct 17, 2010 9:10 pm

Lisa,

I've made moussaka before but never heard of vegetable moussaka? How do you make it?

Shania
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Re: Suggested diet

Postby smelly » Sun Oct 17, 2010 9:15 pm

shania i think its aubergene instead of the minced beef ? Ive never made it but i think thats what i've seen in it when i've bought it ready made!
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Re: Suggested diet

Postby Jackal » Fri Feb 25, 2011 12:54 pm

White bread, (without added soya flour)

so it cant have any soya flour or without added extra soya flour?

the white bread i got has soya flour in it.

thanks
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Re: Suggested diet

Postby Ellie Girl » Thu Mar 10, 2011 4:29 pm

I've found it's best to stay away from pulses and legumes (chickpeas, mushrooms, peas) and all beans and all meats if you suffer badly. Also all brassicas (mustard and rocket are brassicas - mustard has an awful effect on me).

It helps also to look just not for choline content as a lot of foods have a cross-over effect - for eg some foods may be lowish in choline but still high in trimethylamine. Also foods high in sulfur and amino-acids don't helps. Foods high in sennapine also.

It's such a trial, isn't it? :-(
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