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6 years 10 months ago #193 by staceyarthur21@hotmail.com
staceyarthur21@hotmail.com created the topic: Alanine
Hello fellow Fructose Intolerance sufferers.

I was wondering if anyone had heard of ALANINE being used to treat F.I.?

I read it on a thread somewhere yesterday and now cannot find it again :blink:

I a constantly searching and hoping for a more permanent solution than reducing fruit & veg consumed and this sounded like it might be something??

Take care,

Bliss

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6 years 9 months ago #194 by Zeke
Zeke replied the topic: Re: Alanine
Hi!
Alanine is an amino acid, I doubt it has any effect on fructose malabsorption! Reducing fruit sugar is the best you can do! But there is a food supplement called "Fructosin". It's an enzyme that you can swallow before you eat fructose. The enzyme converts fructose to glucose. It works fine with me. You can buy it online at www.alles-essen.at
Hope that helps a bit!

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