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  • Sunshine Burger

    Hooray a new flavor, gluten-free, soy-free, vegan, burger that I use for breakfast. I am sure it could be used for any meal but it has flavor and it was ok for my bladder. Please give me your positive feedback.

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    Re: Sunshine Burger

    It sounds great. I used to be able to buy a garden burger, no soy, from Costco, but they discontinued it. :-( Haven't had one in a long time. But I find I need a high quality protein to keep my IC under control.
    Julie Beyer, MA, RDN
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    • #3
      Re: Sunshine Burger

      wow, that's great. I used to eat veggie burgers, but I haven't for a long time because of the soy factor. I'll keep an eye out for this brand
      My blog on IC, adoption, and academia: the garlic whisperer

      Diagnosed Jan 2013. Currently taking:

      200mg Elmiron morning and night
      25mg Elavil at night (no drowsiness or weight gain)
      culturelle in the morning
      SLIT drops for allergies (environmental) 3 drops/night under the tongue
      zyrtec 24 hour nightly (recommended by uro)
      Instillations 3x/week: Parson's Solution
      uribel and prelief as needed

      Also took Desert Harvest Aloe (3 in the morning and 3 at night) for a year and had great luck.
      No longer need them, so I only take them during flares.