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10-02-2012, 08:29 PM   #181
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1. yogurt, eggs, white bread, tea, rice, chicken, bananas, crackers, mashed potatoes
10-08-2012, 12:12 AM   #182
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2. Unsafe: Popcorn, nuts, green beans, high fiber foods (ex, bran, wheat, etc)

3. Safe: Everything else. Chicken, read meat, pasta (when I am in a flare), veggies, fruit, etc.
10-25-2012, 04:17 AM   #183
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2. Fast/fatty/greasy food.
Dairy
Popcorn
Onions
Spicy food
Too much salad
Tomato/tomato sauce/acidic foods

3. Chicken
Broccoli (steamed)
Eggs
Fish
10-29-2012, 06:54 PM   #184
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2. Dairy: milk and cheese, ALL raw veggies and fruit, anything fried, anything with seeds, any form of rice, chocolate, coffee
3. Eggs, yogurt, chicken broth, white bread, saltine crackers, almond milk, small amounts of creamy peanut butter (lots of sugar is a trigger for me), small portions of canned green beans, potatoes (mashed)

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11-06-2012, 05:20 AM   #185
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2° Any sort of industrial candy especially sherbet, spicy food, sweet corn, green veggies
3° RICE, any meats, tomato sauce (helps with the blandness), coca-cola, ice tea, starchy veggies (carrots, potatoes, sweet potatoes etc..)

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11-08-2012, 09:22 AM   #186
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Unsafe foods:
Dairy-all
Gluten, especially doughy breads like a nice Italian or French loaf--yum yum.
Caffeine, especially coffee and chocolate too-- boo hoo
Onions, especially raw
Dry Beans-- green beens are fine.
All fast food and fried food, potato chips fall in this category but for some reason regular potato chips actually make me feel good, but I'll usually go for plaintain chips if I crave something salty.
Alcohol-- not even a drop.
Any carbonated drinks-- I don't need help making gas!
Veggies with thick skin, unless the skin is removed.
Sugar all forms, I do use honey to sweeten my green tea.
Pork and red meat... on occasion I will have steak

Safe foods:
Bananas, brown rice, apples(without the skin), broccoli, cucumbers(also no skin), gluten free bread/pasta, chicken breast or fish-baked, coconut oil instead of butter/margerine, almond milk or coconut milk.
Safe snacks: plaintain chips, walnuts, dried fruit

That's all I can think of for now... I do take supplements.
11-09-2012, 07:27 PM   #187
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11-12-2012, 03:05 AM   #188
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1. Not finalized diagnosis but suspected Crohn's
2. fried, spicy, oils (all chinese food), lettuces & onions are big ones, sometimes dairy especially if it has the word 'cream' in it i.e. sour cream, heavy creamer, ice cream etc., caffeine, chocolate, poultry skin (as in a chicken or turkey roast), butter, mayo, beef, tomatoes
3. rice (i find rice milk to be safer than regular milk), white breads, usually fish, grilled chicken(i find it best to always avoid the skins), pasta(but watch out for the sauces, alfredo is butter and cream and tomato is bothersome
I've found with any kind of meat grilling is always easier for me handle than baking. I also think stress, anxiety, environment can play a big part as most bathroom issues I deal with are often time between 10 to 90mins after a meal. I've found a calm, not rushed and also cooler temperature can make for a better environment when eating. Hope this helps.
11-12-2012, 08:14 PM   #189
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crohns disease, 10 years

UNSAFE:
popcorn, chips, white sugar, artificial sweeteners, coffee, gluten, raw & whole nuts/seeds, cow dairy, raw carrots, basically any junk food/candy, melon is not great, spicy foods

SAFE:
rice pasta, rice bread, sheep and goat yogurt, eggs, almond butter, veggie juice, fish, chicken, squash, proper homemade bone broth, miso, avacado, green and herbal teas, non dairy unsweetened alternative milks (almond soy coconut ect), applesauce
11-12-2012, 10:31 PM   #190
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2. Any nuts, tomato soup or marinara sauce, tropical fruit
3. YOGURT, breads, any meats, apples (no skin) bananas, mashed potatos
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12-03-2012, 09:05 PM   #191
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1. Crohn's

2. Beef, ham, tomatoes

3. Everything else, so far
12-06-2012, 07:10 PM   #192
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1. Crohn's
2. Coffee, Alcohol, Soft Drinks, Smoking, Spicy foods, fatty foods, fried foods, dairy foods, sugars, tomato sauces, onions, citrus fruits, juices, cold food or water

3. Warm Water, apples, Spinach, Steamed foods, brown rice, lean chicken, pork and fish, carrots, ginger, snow peas, boiled food
12-10-2012, 09:16 AM   #193
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its difficult to say exactly what acts as triggers. I have noticed that apple juice sometimes sets me off. What I have discovered by careful logging of ingredients of foods that cause me the most severe symptoms is that colours classified as E160b and E160c cause me sever symptoms. These have several names including paprika extract, capsicum and annatto. The are sometimes listed among 'natural colourings'. All of these are red/orange colours and are often used in pasta sauce, snacks, pizzas and a host of other packaged products in various quantities.

These additives are classed as 'natural', but they are extracts and hence concentrates and I suspect will be liberally sprinkled or added to various foods making them present in rather unnatural quantities.

Not sure whether this is an intollerance/allergy that is unique to me, but it appears to have been responsible in the past for several severe flareups lasting 3-7 days and many lesser periods of discomfort. I have carefully avoided products with these extracts and have not had flareups with that kind of intensity since, although as Crohn's is a chronic condition I still have periodic flareups which I cannot attribute to a specific cause.

I also avoid peanuts and chocolate raisins (puzzled about that last one but they always give me stomach ache but I tolerate chocolate and grapes OK.).

Therefore;

1. Crohn's diagnosed
2. E160b, E160c, peanuts, chocolate raisins
3. Rice, soup, broth, fish, potato, chicken, carrot, parsnip, brocolli, sweetcorn
12-13-2012, 07:11 PM   #194
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1. Crohn's Disease

2. All fried foods, cheeses and dairy (due to lactose intolerance), popcorn, beans, brocolli, and fast food and junk foods.

3. All fruits, cooked vegetables, grilled chicken, seafood, white bread, peanut butter, and most crackers.
12-13-2012, 09:12 PM   #195
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1) Crohn's disease

2) raw veg, tomatoes fresh raw cooked or sauces or pizza, wine , cider, brown or grainy bread, seeds,nuts,spicy foods, citrus fruit, no skins or pips, anything acidic ie fruit juices, pork, onions, broccoli, sometimes beef must be lean. Sausages, pâté, peas, sweet corn, pop corn, dried fruit or seeded cereal,
spring rolls :-( my favourite

3) milk chocolate, dairy, bananas, asparagus, carrots, potatoes no skin, flattened coke or dr pepper, sweet spirits ie Malibu archers and ameretto, white bread, Chinese food I have egg rice and a chicken in sauce I stay away from bean sprouts and leak onions etc, oven chunky chips, fish and prawns, white rice, chicken well chewed, lean beef, ham, cheese, crisps mild flavours and cheesy biscuits!!! McDonald's plain cheese burgers no problem with but store bought burgers bit hit and miss?????


Like others if I'm in a flare all is evil and I have liquid meals made with milk and supplements ease gently back into solid foods. After a flare some foods I could tolerate become uncomfortable to eat again for a while xxx
David great idea xxx
12-14-2012, 05:36 AM   #196
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2. Unsafe: Milk, banana, carrot, pineapple

3. Safe: Egg, tuna (in brine or water), cod, garlic, cooked onion, smooth peanut butter, oats (gluten free)
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12-21-2012, 08:34 AM   #197
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Unsafe: anything containing insoluble fibre (whole grain cereals like bran; raw vegies, beans, nuts and seeds), but only in large quanities - a small amount each day is ok. Anything really rich. A lot of typically unsafe foods, like alcohol, coffee or spicy food I don't like anyway so I'm not sure if they're unsafe for me. Also the volume of food matters for me - large portions of anything are unsafe!

Safe: pretty much everything else - refined/white cereals and grains; sugary foods (cakes, bicuits, etc.); fruits and veg that are safe for me are root vegetables/bananas/tinned fruit/avocado; protein: fish, dairy products, eggs and meat; drinks: juice, fizzy drinks, squash, milk; milk-based puddings are great when I don't feel like eating. Peanut butter is safe and useful for getting in calories.
12-25-2012, 05:13 AM   #198
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I just did a quick skim of the list of safe/unsafe foods and only found a passing reference to my worst trigger food so I wanted to share my experience with that cruel, grey, sludgy demon with you, but first I have to say that compiling this list is a fantastic idea.
I have had the incredible luck to have a family doctor who has crohn's and recognized my mild symptoms warranted a GI specialist's opinion and immediately connected me with a dedicated new doctor in my area who promptly diagnosed my Crohn's. I have been with my GI specialist since she first began her practice (the bookshelf in her office was bare and had just been assembled the day of my first visit) and she has been following and contributing to current studies and recent findings and always seems to have a new tid-bit of information to share with me when we meet. Long story short she is a keen doctor and has been very good to me over the years I have been her patient BUT one thing which she told me early on has always stood out as being glaringly wrong and that was "diet has little effect on your condition."
I know, it's crazy that an otherwise fantastic GI specialist would utter those words right? I was told a high fiber diet can help, and to avoid trigger foods as you learn what they are by stumbling upon them, trial and error style.
A loosely defined 'high fiber' diet may be a good starting point for some, but for a lad with Scottish background like me, it's a damn good thing I doubted that one piece of advice because my single worst trigger, the only food that has done more than irritate my condition and has been the one food to cause me to have a full-on flare that required prednisone to rein it in, is definitely a a super source of fiber.....it's Oatmeal!!! (que dramatic dun-dun-dunnn sound effect here)
I can't eat a bowl of it, can't eat bread with even a decorative sprinkling of oats on the crust, I can't even eat a teaspoon of it when it has been ground down into a fine oat flour....something about oatmeal in any form just sets off my Crohn's like nothing else I know. I can handle many items that are serious triggers for others with little or even no noticeable negative effect, but show me an oat flake and I'll show you the back of a lad running for the bathroom.
If you can eat oatmeal, rejoice and if you would be so kind maybe eat a bowl of it for me but don't pity me because there is one upside to my aversion to oats, I'll never be expected to eat haggis again.
12-26-2012, 08:27 AM   #199
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I just did a quick skim of the list of safe/unsafe foods and only found a passing reference to my worst trigger food so I wanted to share my experience with that cruel, grey, sludgy demon with you, but first I have to say that compiling this list is a fantastic idea.
I have had the incredible luck to have a family doctor who has crohn's and recognized my mild symptoms warranted a GI specialist's opinion and immediately connected me with a dedicated new doctor in my area who promptly diagnosed my Crohn's. I have been with my GI specialist since she first began her practice (the bookshelf in her office was bare and had just been assembled the day of my first visit) and she has been following and contributing to current studies and recent findings and always seems to have a new tid-bit of information to share with me when we meet. Long story short she is a keen doctor and has been very good to me over the years I have been her patient BUT one thing which she told me early on has always stood out as being glaringly wrong and that was "diet has little effect on your condition."
I know, it's crazy that an otherwise fantastic GI specialist would utter those words right? I was told a high fiber diet can help, and to avoid trigger foods as you learn what they are by stumbling upon them, trial and error style.
A loosely defined 'high fiber' diet may be a good starting point for some, but for a lad with Scottish background like me, it's a damn good thing I doubted that one piece of advice because my single worst trigger, the only food that has done more than irritate my condition and has been the one food to cause me to have a full-on flare that required prednisone to rein it in, is definitely a a super source of fiber.....it's Oatmeal!!! (que dramatic dun-dun-dunnn sound effect here)
I can't eat a bowl of it, can't eat bread with even a decorative sprinkling of oats on the crust, I can't even eat a teaspoon of it when it has been ground down into a fine oat flour....something about oatmeal in any form just sets off my Crohn's like nothing else I know. I can handle many items that are serious triggers for others with little or even no noticeable negative effect, but show me an oat flake and I'll show you the back of a lad running for the bathroom.
If you can eat oatmeal, rejoice and if you would be so kind maybe eat a bowl of it for me but don't pity me because there is one upside to my aversion to oats, I'll never be expected to eat haggis again.
I wonder if some doctors say food doesn't effect Crohn's because they think of the disease only in terms of inflammation, rather than symptoms. Perhaps some of them mean that diet can't cause Crohn's or cause a flare. Whereas the patient thinks about how bad their symptoms are, which can be influenced by diet. It's still means the doctors might be giving unhelpful advice, but doctors do seem to think of diseases in terms of the things they can assess through tests (like levels of inflammation), and are often not so concerned about symptoms. (Which is why so many of them think IBS is no big deal, because it doesn't cause actual damage like Crohn's does, even if someone has symptoms of IBS which are just as bad as the symptoms of Crohn's can be.)

Re. oatmeal: I'm surprised it gives you problems, I always though oatmeal was quite easy to digest. I can tolerate it better than most cereals/grains - I think it contains a lot of "soluble" fibre, which I have far less problems with than insoluble fibre. Do you think you might be allergic to it?
12-31-2012, 08:31 PM   #200
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currently in a flare and can only drink frusibin when im good can eat rice bannanas bread semolina fish but not salmon its too rich tuna is ok and white fish like cod no fruit it really affects me except for bananas yogurt is good i just dont like it sometimes i can eat chinese food but not at the moment
12-31-2012, 11:21 PM   #201
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No eggs for sure, Curry is bad but I love it so, grilled foods seem to do me wrong with any meat I try. Hamburger seems to get me going too.
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01-01-2013, 03:24 PM   #202
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I stay with lots of fluids (gatorade)and bland foods. Mashes potatoes, rice, oatmeal, skinned baked chicken-when i can tolerate it, salmon, shrimp, pheasant, elk, peaches, pears, steamed broccoli, virgin olive oil sauted green beans. I've started a new smoothie diet with mild ( minimal amounts) soft yogart and juices and almond milk.
No no's- deep fried food, fast food, greasy food, bacon, hamburger/cheeseburgers, chilli, mexican, salad( lettuce), onions, eggs, milk 2%, alcohol, nuts, seeded fruits, cucumbers. -hugs-
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01-02-2013, 10:21 PM   #203
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To be honest I don't know what foods are safe anymore. I think yogurt is ok but I haven't been eating it, white flour products but don't eat it, and maybe applesauce with caution.
01-03-2013, 02:42 AM   #204
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1 - Crohns

UNSAFE: (*= bothers me only when Im already feeling sick/flaring)

-popcorn
-tomato soup
-peanut butter/peanut oils
-low fat milk* (I usually drink Vitamin D milk)
-yogurt*
-whole grain ANYTHING
-high sugar snacks*
-green veggies that are not cooked enough
-fiber
-spicy food
-salad
-pepperoni
-some really seedy fruits*
-apple juice
-oatmeal

SAFE:

-Eggo Waffles (eat them every morning for breakfast)
-white rice
-Chicken
-Turkey
-Beef/Steak
-Pork
-potatoes
-carrots
-onion
-mushrooms
-white bread
01-03-2013, 05:39 AM   #205
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1. Crohn's

Unsafe:
Coffee, my stomach just cant handle it. Caffeine in other products seems fine with me though for some reason. I think it may be the acid in coffee.

Red wine, only thing to have ever been the suspect of creating a flare for me. Other alcohol products I can drink in moderation, but prefer not to.

Just in general fatty food I'd avoid, especially when flaring.

Safe:
Bananas, probiotic yoghurt, husk psyllium seed (not a lot though) are my go to products to start most days, especially if I have a flare. Potatoes, pasta, rice, meat and also spicy food, though not when flaring. Also hydration is important as azathioprine tends to dehydrate me, so a few sips of a gatorade like drink, less sugar the better.
01-07-2013, 12:54 PM   #206
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Foods containing high fructose corn syrup
Corn Oil
Canola Oil
Gluten
Peppers (fruit)
Black Pepper (seasoning)
Bacon (due to additives, not the meat)
Greek Yogurt (but not regular yogurt)
Apple
Corn products (flakes, bread, chips)
Peanuts, peanut butter, peanut oil
Green tea
Beef
Lobster
Crab
Cinnamon

3. Safe foods:
Eggs
Turkey
Milk
Yogurt
Ice cream
Chicken
Tuna
Salmon
Shrimp
Mayo
Cottage cheese
Spinach
Honey
Molasses
Whipped cream topping (if no HFCS)
Butter
Coconut Oil (slight laxative effect but no flare-like symptoms)
Cantaloupe
Garlic
Turmeric
Blueberry and Strawberry seeds, not sure about whole fruit, have eaten food 'made with' these containing the seeds without issue
Bananas
01-09-2013, 08:00 PM   #207
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the BAD FOODS that are unsafe is : eggs/ whole milk/2%/ yogart / over 1/3 cup of ice cream/nuts/ seeds/ spicy foods/ fired foods/ foods cooked in any oil/ most of all veg raw or cooked/ most all fruits/ any foods that have a red die to them/ red suace/ bubble gum/
so the GOOD FOODS are :i can have 1 egg about every 4weeks at most/ / hard cheese only little/creamy peanut butter/ potatoes/ fish/chicken/ham/lunch meats/little bit of hambuger/ can tunna in water/ lite breads/ few ounce of milk chocolate/ ,
THE DRINKS I CANT DO : bear/wines/ whole milks and 2%/ coffee/hot chocolate/ a lot of water i can only sip water/ juice/ no red die drinks/
THE GOOD DRINKS I CAN DO :fat free milk only 1/2 cup a day at most/ sodas only pepsi and gingereal
living with crohns for over 20 years i was 12 years old
the last 15 years i have been on REMICADE
i had uterin caner 2 years a go
i can go camping long as were are close to the rest rooms/
01-17-2013, 12:25 PM   #208
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1. Crohn's
2. A list of foods you KNOW (not just theorize) are unsafe for you.
broccoli, tomatoes, oj, onions, celery, most fruits and vegetables with seeds, raw vegetables, spicy foods, anything too acidic, corn
3. A list of foods you KNOW (not just theorize) are safe for you.
baked chicken, white rice, blended soups like butternut squash or baked potato, apples, apple sauce, white bread, broth, green beans, eggs, bananas, sushi with no seeds or nori,

This list is during a flare.
When I'm on the road to recovery I can add in butter lettuce, fruits, ice cream, milk, tomato sauce (sometimes), barilla plus pasta, rolled sushi, most meats, and some things with seeds.
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01-17-2013, 06:36 PM   #209
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1. Crohn's

2. Any raw vegetable, fresh berries, grapes, apples, beans, seeds, high fiber snack bars, cereals that are primarily corn or wheat based, nuts, processed dairy beverages. (Bottled Instant Breakfast from a conveince store messess with me, but the powder mixed into a glass of skim milk doesn't do a thing to me.

3. All meats, oat and rice based cereals, rice, potaoes, cooked carrots, non carbonated beverages, pancakes, french toast, waffles, cheese, milk, yogurt


With everything in number 2, if I've been doing well, a little bit of any of the 'bad foods' usually won't do me any harm. Any more than one serving and things tend to get dicey in a hurry.
01-27-2013, 12:34 AM   #210
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I'd like to create a collection of safe and unsafe foods for people that are just starting out on the IBD journey (and it may be useful for the veterans as well). This idea is to create a list of safe and unsafe foods but since everyone is a little different, I'll then collate the responses and do a little statistical analysis so people can get a general idea of what is safe and unsafe for the majority.
Is saltine crackers Ok to eat while on a flare up? I could use some input on this please? My guess would be its ok but I just want to get rid of this flare up Thanks
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