Yes! Thank you! I am trying different things on the list now and the results are quite surprising! Shame about the onion, I was so hopeful that it may not be the onion that I react to, but now I know from the list.
The problem is, that most products are subject to natural variations of levels. So these values can only be taken as a rule of thumb.
And: It's not only the amount of fructose and glucose, it's also the individual range of tolerating special foods. So for some tomatoes are okay, for some not. Looks like most people with fructosemalabsorption don't tolerate great amounts of tomatoes. That's why we listed it "red".
Yoe / or your daughter / have to find out what you can tolerate in what amounts!
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