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specialist foods?

Postby LJNLindsay » Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:24 am

Firstly, I'm sorry to be a pain with all of these questions but, without a diagnosis (& no hope of getting one) I'm having to try & get on with it.

My question is: on the low-choline diet, where do you buy certain items? For example:

Salad dressing, (no egg or lecithin E322)
Duram wheat pasta
White bread, (without added soya flour)
& other baked goods such as crumpets & bagels that are permissible.

I saw a juice recipe containing apple, carrot & a little ginger. Is the ginger okay?

I'm hoping that most of these dietry items can be bought it regular supermarkets. In my town we have: Asda, Sainsbury's, Morrison's, Lidls, Co-op & Cost Cutters.

If some/most of these items can't be purchased in these stores, do you shop at health food places, or online?

I would be so grateful for any hints & tips...

Linds x
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Re: specialist foods?

Postby LJNLindsay » Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:59 am

No? :?

Sorry, I know my questions are a nuisance, but I've no one else to ask

Linds x
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