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4 years 2 months ago #374 by Offa
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Hi - can anyone help with tofu in relation to fructose intolerance after the elimination diet? (I know it's a no-no for histamine issues but I don't have those). Does it matter if the tofu is smoked?

And what about soya yoghurt? Also, has anyone had success in making yoghurt with lactose-free milk? Any hints?

And - another question :unsure: - how long does it take between eating something and getting stomach cramps? I need to know in order to work out what causes the grief - the meal 24 hours ago or 6 hours ago or 2 hours ago?
Thanks!

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4 years 1 month ago #375 by MrT
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Hi - can anyone help with tofu in relation to fructose intolerance after the elimination diet?

During elimination diet tofu is a no no.

Does it matter if the tofu is smoked?

no, that doesn't matter at all.

And what about soya yoghurt? Also, has anyone had success in making yoghurt with lactose-free milk?

soy: not during the first weeks! I can tolerate it well, but I don't like the taste. With a yoghurt maker you can easily make your own yoghurt out of lactose free milk (not the low fat one!).

And - another question :unsure: - how long does it take between eating something and getting stomach cramps? I need to know in order to work out what causes the grief - the meal 24 hours ago or 6 hours ago or 2 hours ago?

That depends on you, you'll have to find out yourself. In my case it's pretty much 24 hours.

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