Best Breakfast Foods to Eat

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kippjr23
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   Posted 2/1/2017 4:15 PM (GMT -6)   
I really am Craving one of the following
Sausage Biscuit
Gravy Biscuit
Chicken Biscuit
Hashbrowns

anything that composes of a normally good breakfast!
As much as I've messed with diet, I don't really see a DRASTIC difference.

Can you guys tolerate any of that food?
&
What foods do you typically enjoy for breakfast?

I am challenged by being a college student & these Gluten Free waffles are getting old very quickly.

imagardener2
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   Posted 2/1/2017 5:05 PM (GMT -6)   
If you feel diet mod. doesn't work for you why ask for opinions? It's your gut who'll be digesting it, what does your gut think? My gut would prefer hash browns (loves potatoes) whereas biscuits sit like concrete because gluten in general is not liked.

I don't eat much breakfast generally, just a piece of GF white toast and coffee and green tea. When in college (eons ago) didn't eat much then either, probably cereal or oatmeal but that was pre-UC and I could eat EVERYTHING. Sorry you have this disease at your age. If I had UC at college age I'd have the sausage minus the biscuit, protein is very tolerated, has minerals and vitamins and easily digested. There are some great chicken sausages available in groceries (so you don't eat too much red meat). Do you cook at all or just microwave?

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toomuchpoopin
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   Posted 2/1/2017 5:22 PM (GMT -6)   
Food tolerances vary wildly from person to person. My general advice is to EAT REAL FOOD. If you can't list the ingredients in what you're eating, probably safer to pass. Sausage for example, what's in it? Is it the pork, the liquid smoke, nitrates, garlic, or something else making you have symptoms?? When trying to identify triggers its best to eat whole foods (I.e., pork chop instead of sausage) then, if that's ok, add another whole food to it, like pork chop with apples, then maybe porkchop with apples and sage, or whatever.

Breakfast choices? Try oatmeal (not instant), or eggs and shred some potatoes and fry in a bit of butter, or maybe eggs with toast?


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Casey_LB
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   Posted 2/2/2017 2:52 AM (GMT -6)   
Papaya
Banana
Peanut butter
Almond butter

That's my daily breakfast. Melon if I can't get papaya.
Male 54
Dx'd w/ UC 2013, flare since 4/14
Asacol HD 800mg, 6/day
Start Remicade 12/24/14, nonresponsive, DC'd 3/15
Start Humira, 8/1/15, nonresponsive, DC'd 12/1/15
Hydrocortisone enemas helped, regressed after stopping,

Start Entyvio 12/4/2015.
Restart hydrocortisone enemas 12/8/2015
Start UMass IBD_AID diet 12/1/2015
Improved, not full remission w/ Entyvio, hydrocortisone, IBD-AID

jars05
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   Posted 2/2/2017 4:31 AM (GMT -6)   
During this flare, I've mostly eaten scrambled eggs. Sometimes yogurt and bananas.
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Diagnosed in 1997 UC. Pretty much go on Prednisone and Cortenemas to get out of flares. No meds while in remission which lasts from a 1-1/2 to 3 years.
Current flare since 12-25-16.

TroubledTurds
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   Posted 2/2/2017 4:41 AM (GMT -6)   
why are you eating GF waffles ? do you have an established gluten allergy/intolerance or just suspected ?
dx'd with pancolitis 12/21/03
current supplements:vit D, cal/mag, Psyllium Seed powder/Heather's Acacia fiber/ L-Glutamine/Hemp powder slurry 1x/week - grain free/paleoish diet that includes 100% grass fed beef, raw goat milk, & local organic free range eggs, lots of all natural well water, exercise, sleep as much as possible & enjoy this great life that God has blessed me with !

CGK1998
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   Posted 2/2/2017 4:57 AM (GMT -6)   
I usually do scrambled eggs and fruit, but I have been loving a smoothie lately. I use bone broth protein, banana, frozen berries, and coconut milk- I have been adding in l glutamine and a greens powder, plus my VSL. Yum....think it's time for one now
F, 39 DX Severe Pancolitis in 1/2013
Flared 11/14-12/14, 4/15-7/15
Diet - Tried every one in the book! Gluten free and whole foods, limited dairy and FODMAPs
Meds - Prednisone during flare, Apriso and Canasa for maintenance
Supplements - Isatis Cooling and Grape Seed Extract (these two were my game changers), VSL#3, Turmeric

Natof9
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   Posted 2/2/2017 6:50 AM (GMT -6)   
I often wonder how long people actually stay on a diet to notice improvements. I had to stick to my diet protocol for 2 months straight before noticing substantial results and another 2 months to finally witness "drastic" changes lol

Nowadays if I'm not doing a morning liquid diet of pressed juices or smoothies, I have gluten free oats with chia seeds and fruits.
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Past medications: Sulfazine, Sulfolax, Prednisone, Remicade
Currently: No meds, Paleo, plant and fruit based diet, fermented food, intermittent fasting, juicing, vitamin IV therapy.

quincy
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   Posted 2/2/2017 12:06 PM (GMT -6)   
My breakfast....a jumbo soft boiled egg, rye toast, an orange or apple or half of each and coffee.

Protein for sure. I don't do oats or boiled whole grains or bananas because Id have severe gas all day.

q
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beatUC
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   Posted 2/2/2017 12:12 PM (GMT -6)   
Over many years of experimentation Ive found oatmeal, buttered toast, an occasional egg, herbal tea and orange juice to be the least harmful and most nourishing of breakfast foods.
NEVER coffee which is like drinking battery acid when you have UC, wasn't easy giving it up, but it made my life so much better.

kippjr23
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   Posted 2/2/2017 5:24 PM (GMT -6)   
I might not have given diet a chance. Its hard being in college!

Not many UC friendly foods are cheap and convenient!
So i was just looking at your guys suggestions!

Thanks.
I may feel like diet doesn't change but I haven't stayed on it super long so maybe its time to stick to a diet.

Im starting Humira in 3 Days (Feb 5th) hoping that puts me in remission!

iPoop
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   Posted 2/2/2017 6:01 PM (GMT -6)   
I can eat pretty much anything as diet doesn't seem to impact my UC symptoms at all. Weekdays i stick to fruit (bananas, pineapple, melon, etc) for breakfast. Weekends are big breakfasts, like homemade waffles and bacon, or we'll switch things up and have homefries, crepes and a variety of things. Usually accompanied by earl gray tea or chia.

Good luck with the humira.
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, 38, in a minor flare, UC Proctosigmoiditis
Rx: Remicade @5mgs/kg/6wks; 50mgs 6MP, 4.8g Mesalamine DR

You know you have UC when you're confident you don't have to poop, hop in the car, get 1/4 of a mile down the road, and have to stop and poop at a dunkin donuts.

Bacon Girl
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   Posted 2/2/2017 8:46 PM (GMT -6)   
I usually have hardboiled eggs, bacon, and sausage/tuna/salmon. Depends what I have in the freezer or in the pantry as far as meat goes. I also have a hot cup of bone broth if there is some in the fridge.
Joanna, 27
Diagnosed w/ proctitis 2006, spread to pancolitis, appendicitis, and ileocecal valve syndrome
Meds:100 mg Simponi, 25 mg imuran, 21 mg nicotine patch
Bone Supplement, Mag Citrate, VSL, Vit C, Oral Iron/Venofer

Diet: meat, eggs, broth, dairy, nuts/seeds, fruits/veggies

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