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    In general is cereal safe? I seem to be eating a lot of it. I don't think its a cause of my discomfort but today my mom asked about it and it me wonder.

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    Hot or cold cereal?

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    • #3
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      Cold

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      • #4
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        I always buy organic cereal with very simple ingredients. I can also eat Cheerios and Grape Nuts. I use either almond milk or dairy.
        Jane
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        • #5
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          I eat Kashi organic cereals because they have none of the many additives that regular brands have (which I cannot eat).
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          Medications: .5 mg. Ativan, occasionally for spasms

          Supplements: DH Aloe Vera capsules, 3 per day for maintenance and 6-12 per day during flares


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          • #6
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            There are so many different kinds of cold cereals... some full of sugar and other preservatives and additives. Some are much healthier than others. Without knowing what you're eating exactly, it's difficult to make an intelligent comment.
            Last edited by Bladderella; 07-14-2014, 04:05 AM.

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            • #7
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              I love Kashi! & it's safe for me.

              My name is Bebe I'm 26


              I also have kidney stones

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              • #8
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                I look at the cereal and it doesn't show anything bad ( I think). The kinds I usually eat it chex corn flakes and sometimes rice crispies.

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                • #9
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                  If the ingredients in the cereal don't show anything considered harmful, what is your concern? Could it be that you're sensitive to the milk?

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                  • #10
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                    No I'm good with milk. Do you know anything about what they use for freshness I think its called BHP?

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                    • #11
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                      All regular cereal has vitamins and minerals added to it. Red the label carefully. Some people just don't tolerate that.
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                      Experienced first symptoms in 2007
                      Diagnosed with IC 6/13

                      Diagnosed with PFD (Pelvic Floor Dysfunction) 8/13

                      Medications: .5 mg. Ativan, occasionally for spasms

                      Supplements: DH Aloe Vera capsules, 3 per day for maintenance and 6-12 per day during flares


                      Following Strict IC Diet

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                      • #12
                        I generally purchase natural oat with extremely basic fixings, i can likewise eat cheerios and grape nuts, i use either almond drain or dairy
























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                        • #13
                          Thank you for sharing.

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