Sara, that is an interesting point. But I wonder if that study was conducted on "normal" people and UCers would have a problem with it--you think? I remember eating some soy and rice cheese for an alternative and it not only had a funny almost hot aftertaste, but it seemed to either upset my stomach or create greater urgency. Whatever the case, it made sense at the time to just avoid that stuff, especially after I noticed similar affects in many other foods I buy. The correlation seemed to be the case after these considerations when viewed in light of what someone mentioned on this forum a while back and then reading it in Digestive Wellness (of course, she was only citing it as a precautionary). But who knows, may it is just the poligeenan that makes the difference and what has been used in the animal studies.
Yet to ever go into remission: maintaining at the moment
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