Saturday, October 23, 2021

Making a List, Checking It twice




 I am making a list and checking it twice,
Gonna find out which foods are naughty or nice.
My search found, no honey could I eat,
but told me Maple syrup, could not be beat.
For 18 days no symptoms to be found,
I feel so happy I could jump up and down.

17 days of Low fodMap, and My IBS symptom's are no more, 
gluten free and lactaid too, following this diet is a great big Bore
Well worth being bored, to relieve the pain,
eating low fodmap means a pain free  happiness I consider a gain!

below is a photo of Beau's egg and my gluten free crepe
Above is the crepe as big as the plate.
1 tbsp natural peanut butter stir in 2 tbsp 100 % maple syrup
Stir 2 TBSP Natural peanut butter with 2 TBSP 100% Maple syrup 
Spread on 1/2 the crepe and fold in half, expect a big burp

OK, I did not burp, but could not think of a word that rhymes with syrup.

This is Beau's and My Breakfast, he gets the 37 second microwave egg, I get the 400 calories of YUM
The crepe hided 2 eggs, to make them edible to me, and it adds calories since the fodmap thing is making weight come off to fast. 


19 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

You are now officially Dr. MadSnapper!!! You have cured yourself! Are you keeping that doctor appointment?

CheerfulMonk said...

Good for you!

Tigger said...

Yikes about the weight loss. At our time of life we need a few reserves....it takes longer to recover from getting ill. I wish someone would explain that to F and she would stop with my diet plan. Good news about fixing the getting ill bit though, so maybe the trade off is worth it after all. xxx Mr T

crafty cat corner said...

I'm going to pass this on to my daughter, she has ibs. thanks for posting
Briony
x

diane b said...

Great news. I stick to it as much as possible but not as rigorous as you. I'm doing okay at the moment.

Hootin' Anni said...

Good for you!!

eileeninmd said...

Great news, you are doing so well following the fodmap diet.
Your crepe looks and sounds delicious! Have a great day!

Ann said...

That is awesome that you don't have any more pain. Of course it would be better if food wasn't boring but I guess we can't have it all. I wonder the same thing as Ginny, will you keep the doctors appointment?

Rose said...

I am so glad that it continues to work.for you.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
...now I need to go make some crepes... &*> Brava, lady!!! YAM xx

Mevely317 said...

That looks perfect! Like Ginny asked, are you going to keep that doctor appointment?
Back in the day I used to enjoy making crepes -- and even got suckered into buying a special skillet. SMH, wondering if it still exists in the cabinet somewhere. Are you allowed to have fresh asparagus and baby shrimp? That's what I used to make my 'dinner' crepes.

My Mind's Eye said...

You have done so much excellent research...and you are good at it too.
Breakfast looks yummy
Hugs cecilia

Chatty Crone said...

I bet you are losing a ton of weight - you are a doctor!

photowannabe said...

Wow, so proud of you and your stick to it attitude..of course being free of the pain and all that goes with it sure is worth it.
Good for you being able to substitute and make things work for you.
Thanks for thinking of me. Things went pretty well with Lynne...
Sue

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Yes, it may be boring, but if it makes you feel better, boring is good. Now you just need to find a few tricks to spice up the boring.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Ruth Hiebert said...

I’m glad this is working for you.

DeniseinVA said...

That's wonderful! So glad you found a way that helps your health.

jp@A Green Ridge said...

I knew you would figure it out (or in)! And I am so glad that you are finally back to feeling good again. Bob and Beau are happy too, I'll bet...now that you can hop, skip and jump again!!...jp

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Sounds yummy to me! I do love pure maple syrup and a natural PB.