Dr. Koufman's 2 week induction diet, and family reunion.. what to eat?

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Date Joined Dec 2012
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   Posted 12/3/2012 6:40 AM (GMT -6)   
Hello guys!

I am new to these boards! As my first post I would like to ask everyone what should I do with my family reunion comming up next Saturday. It is once a year, and it might be my last for a while because I am moving out of the country. I am on Dr. Koufman's induction diet, and I really want to do atleast 2 or 3 weeks of it, but I want to enjoy this family reunion. Any ideas of what yummy low fat safe gerd recipies (that isn't out of the induction part of the diet) that I can eat. Plus I would love to drink something in place of wine. We have alot of wine flowing around durring the family reunion. I don't want to feel left out!

I have cut out all diary, all fats other than olive oil, all fruits, all alcohol, all sugars exept honey, I eat lot less gluten, no coffee, no tea except camomile, and have been doing everything that the induction diet says. I have been chewing gum which is helping me alot too from not eating "bad" foods.

I pretty much cut out everything it is my 5 day on this, and I am feeling much better. Some post nasal drip, voice is starting to sound normal, little bit coughing, way less burping. I am hungry all the time, but I am too afraid to eat. *sigh*

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Date Joined Nov 2012
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   Posted 12/3/2012 1:30 PM (GMT -6)   
I'm curious about this too. I read Dr. Koufman's book and am trying to stay on the induction diet. But I'm hungry TOO! Do you know if we can eat oatmeal on induction?

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Date Joined Jun 2011
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   Posted 12/3/2012 2:00 PM (GMT -6)   
You can only eat exactly what is on the list. The complete list is on the first post of the Koufman diet thread. It is only for two weeks. I don't know how bad your symptoms are, but if you plan to eat foods that aren't on the list, you should probably start the diet over.
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