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Dextrose And Fructose Malabsorption
Gas, bloat, diarrhea: Fructose is a sugar that can be malabsorbed, just like lactose (milk sugar); bacteria in the gut will ferment the undigested sugar; fermentation products cause gas, bloat, cramps, diarrhea-depending on the "dose" of fructose. Fructose is found in fruits, e.g. Pears, apples. High fructose corn syrup is not high fructose, but is compared to cs (all glucose). High fruct cs is similar to sucrose. ...Read more
Fructose, or fruit sugar, is a simple monosaccharide found in many plants (fruits, vegetables, sugar cane and honey). Fructose is absorbed directly into the bloodstream during digestion. Since 1970 high fructose corn syrup has been increasingly used in the food industry. Excess fructose consumption has been linked to Insulin resistance, obesity, metabolic ...Read more
See below: Diarrhea, increased gas, cramping, alterations in gastrointestinal motility, changes in bacterial flora. ...Read more
FructoseMalabsoption: Is difficulty digesting fructose and can cause abdominal pain, gas, bloating and diarrhea. Restricting dietary fructose can help. Sibo (small intestine bacterial overgrowth), chemotherapy or irradiation, excess dietary fructose, heredity (inherited or acquired abnormality of fructose transporting protein glut-5) may be causes. It may be correlated with depression. Best regards. ...Read more
Giving up apples:
To answer your question in more than 400 characters, go to this website for more information:
http://healthyeating. Sfgate. Com/foods-avoid-fructose-malabsorption-1465.Html. ...Read more
I don't know of a definative website. A patient told me about this one though:
http://readysetplan. Blogspot. Com/2012/07/fructose-malabsorption-diet. Html. ...Read more
Can sibo cause fructose malabsorption? Meaning, if the sibo is cured could it improve fructose malabsorption?
Maybe, but...: Malabsorption is complex and may reflect bacterial fermentation from sibo, small bowel inflammation or mucosal disease (lots of causes), GI transit issues, pancreatic enzyme activity and sufficiency, etc. A fructose re-trial on your part after sibo eradication may be worthwhile. ...Read more
Fructose intolerance: Describes 2 possible conditions: hereditary fructose intolerance, a rare genetic disorder, is lack of an enzyme that breaks down fructose; it is serious and can lead to liver and kidney damage. Fructose malabsorption is difficulty digesting fructose and is less serious but can cause abdominal pain, gas, bloating and diarrhea. Restricting dietary fructose can help. ...Read more
Simple choice: The patients with congenital or acquired fructose intolerance need only to avoid foods with this sugar in it. This is the sugar of all fruits and fruit juices. Sometimes a person with the problem can tolerate small amounts that may be contained in other foods without symptoms. Read labels of canned or processed foods to check for fructose content. ...Read more
I have fructose malabsorption. What are some safe low fructose vegetables to eat? Please help me.
Most vegies OK: Of the common vegies, artichokes, asparigas and sugar snap peas are the ones with enough fructose to be avoided. Most vegies are ok. As long as you avoid most fruits you should do ok. Bananas, blueberries and strawberries may be tolerated to some degree. Depending on your level of sensitivity, a visit with a registered dietition may be worthwhile. ...Read more
How common is fructose malabsorption and what are the symptoms? Which foods should be avoided with it?
Be sure of diagosis: Malabsorption is complex and may reflect bacterial fermentation from sibo, small bowel inflammation or mucosal disease (lots of causes), GI transit issues, pancreatic enzyme activity and sufficiency, etc. A fructose re-trial on your part after sibo eradication may be worthwhile. ...Read more
I have fructose malabsorption. What are some safe low fructose vegetables to eat? Please mention specific vegetables. Thank you so much
Here's a whole list (with specifics) from the univ. Of virginia:
http://uvahealth. Com/services/digestive-health/images-and-docs/low-fructose-diet. Pdf. ...Read more
If a person with fructose malabsorption continues eating offending foods what are the consequences? Are there any long-term/serious consequences?
Cramps, loose poo, gas: Different from some food issues, consumption of this material by those who do not digest it prfoduces limited side effects. Similar to eating saw dust, it will go through you, but it will feed gut bacteria that can digest it, creating gas and draw water along. You will cramp and have gas and loose poo. Most affected people learn how much of these materials they can eat without feeling too bad. ...Read more
An article says, jarrow n acetyl glucosamine 750mg, jarrow glucosamine hci mega 1000mg, jarrow niainamide cure fructose malabsorption. Is it possible
Might help, not cure:
Fructose malabsorption may be caused by deficiency of glut5 (http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/glut5). I found a report of someone having relief taking the 1st 2 supps you mention (http://glutenfreesoyfree. Wordpress. Com/2012/03/05/potential-cure-for-fructose-malabsorption/)
they said these heal cells that produce glut5. There's no research on this but it seems possible. However, on stopping it recurred. ...Read more
If I have fructose malabsorption and I eat high fructose foods, what happens to the foods? Am I still absorbing any of the vitamins/minerals?
Can I give my 7 yrs old child w/ fructose malabsorption, jarrow n acetyl glucosamine 750mg, jarrow glucosamine hci mega 1000 mg & jarrow niainamide?
Avoid fruit: But you can eat meat, fish, fowl, starches, grains, dairy, eggs, all cooked vegetables, some raw vegetables, oils, spices. You'll want to avoid most fruit. ...Read more
How to find other sugars such as pure glucose (dextrose), maltose, lactose, fructose, galactose, etc., without buying online?
Other sugars: Look in the store. But mainly would not worry about it. Better things to worry about. IMHO ...Read more
I have fructose malabsorption. I'm having a surgery which needs me on laxatives. Can I have magnesium citrate even though it contains saccharin?
Surgery: Saccharin is an artificial sweetner and as such use can use magnesium citrate without a problem. ...Read more
I took a breath test for a fructose allergy but wasn't sure if it was for fructose intolerance or fructose malabsorption, which one is it most likely?
SIBO: The bacterial biome is very complex and interdependent. The wrong bacteria in sibo alter the normal vowel functioning. A short trial of antiiotics followed. Y proviotics will probable help unless there are other issues to be un coved by a gastroenferologist. Don't know whether mangochip diet is good. ...Read more
Diagnosed SIBO/ Fructose malabsorption, took antibiotics for SIBO. Is it routine to be retested for SIBO? Does SIBO cause fructose mal or vice- versa?
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