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    Does anyone know of any peanut butters or nut butters that are ic friendly?

  • #2
    Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

    I eat a peanut butter and homemade blueberry jelly sandwich 2 to 3 times a week with no problems. It's in the IC friendly column. You might want to print out the diet or get the app that is available. It's very useful

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    • #3
      Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

      I eat natural PB, or other nut butters.

      The kind that has the oil on top.

      Salt but no other additives.

      Maybe it is what you are putting it on, bread or crackers.

      I eat PB in celery, pre schoolers taught me this.
      My are with you all. May you all find a way to peace and joy in your lives.

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      • #4
        Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

        There's a link in my signature to diet information --- and peanut butter is listed in the bladder friendly column. You will want to read the labels to be sure there aren't a lot of additives.


        Donna
        Stay safe


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        • #5
          Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

          Thank you for your comments. Is there a brand that does not have a lot of additives? That anyone would recommend.

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          • #6
            Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

            Smucker's organic peanut butter is good, no additives. I usually just buy the 365 whole foods brand. Make sure you read the label. The only ingredients should be peanuts and maybe salt.

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            • #7
              Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

              Almost all peanut butters here in Australia are just peanuts. I eat peanuts everyday with no problems. I'm also ok with almonds. Not so good with pistachios :-(
              Enjoy!
              UTI 3/2015
              IC ,PFD
              prescribed meds: Endep 60mg, Elmiron 400mg, BC. Enablex 7.5mg.

              Supplements: Chitomur peptide, colostrum, Echinacea, liver detox swisse, calcium citrate, glucosamine, Psyllium Husk.

              Daily diet: Breakkie- oats with chia seeds and no fat milk. Post workout-turkey breast with mixed veggies. Lunch-raw green soup with rye roll and handful of peanuts/almonds. Dinner- changes but meat and veg. Dessert-banana and sugar free custard (homemade) or banana and apple bake with almonds cinnamon and honey with a dollop of coconut cream.


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              • #8
                Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

                I know this is an old thread, i just wanted to say if anyone is going to eat peanut butter to get one with no salt/sugar! and the same with actual cashews, peanuts, almonds - i made the mistake once of eating salted peanuts which caused a bad flare up at the time, so make sure they have no salt added to them!

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                • #9
                  Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

                  Originally posted by icn123 View Post
                  I know this is an old thread, i just wanted to say if anyone is going to eat peanut butter to get one with no salt/sugar! and the same with actual cashews, peanuts, almonds - i made the mistake once of eating salted peanuts which caused a bad flare up at the time, so make sure they have no salt added to them!
                  Not everyone is sensitive to salt or sugar --- I do suggest caution as you build your bladder friendly food list.


                  Donna
                  Stay safe


                  Elmiron Eye Disease Information Center - https://www.ic-network.com/elmiron-p...mation-center/
                  Elmiron Eye Disease Fact Sheet (Downloadable) - https://www.ic-network.com/wp-conten...nFactSheet.pdf

                  Have you checked the ICN Shop?
                  Click on ICN Shop at the top of this page. You'll find Bladder Builder and Bladder Rest, both of which we are finding have excellent results.

                  Patient Help: http://www.ic-network.com/patientlinks.html

                  Sub-types https://www.ic-network.com/five-pote...markably-well/

                  Diet list: https://www.ic-network.com/interstitial-cystitis-diet/

                  AUA Guidelines: https://www.ic-network.com/aua-guide...tial-cystitis/

                  I am not a medical authority nor do I offer medical advice. In all cases, I strongly encourage you to discuss your medical treatment with your personal medical care provider. Only they can, and should, give medical recommendations to you.
                  [3MG]

                  Anyone who says something is foolproof hasn't met a determined fool

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                  • #10
                    Re: peanut butter ic friendly?

                    That's true, i guess i was referring to people that are very sensitive to foods/diet (like myself), although everyone is different, so like you said it may not be a problem for other people.

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