Sucrose Intolerance Blog - Sucrose Intolerance

How Are CSID, IBS, and IBD Different?

Friday, October 5th, 2018, News
Here is an overview of the key differences between these diseases and the tests doctors use to assist in diagnosis and find out what's causing you grief. ... READ MORE

Bathroom Horror Stories from People with Food Sensitivities

Friday, September 28th, 2018, My Story

Has eating out at a restaurant or going to a friend’s house become a stressful event? Imagine needing to know where the closest bathroom is at all times. Imagine an uncontrollable urge causing a humiliating accident. One of the many symptoms of congenital sucrase-isomaltase deficiency (CSID) is a severe and urgent need to have a… READ MORE

Cauliflower Fried Rice

Thursday, September 27th, 2018, Recipes

This delicious healthy side dish looks like a colorful bowl of confetti. With the substitution of riced cauliflower for the rice and chopped tomatoes for the sugary carrots, this is a perfect dish to accompany any meal. Plus you can add any number of vegetables to suit your taste, including red, green, and yellow peppers, and zucchini… READ MORE

Sucrose Intolerance Goes to College: Lessons Learned Last Semester

Thursday, September 20th, 2018, My Story
A patient's story about attending college with a rare disease, CSID. Here are the lessons she learned living with sucrose intolerance at college. ... READ MORE

Zucchini Grilled Cheese Recipe

Friday, September 14th, 2018, Recipes
Our no-bread Zucchini Grilled Cheese goes beyond.! It's a gourmet, tasty version of the traditional sandwich that we retooled to make it healthier for you. ... READ MORE

Explaining Sucrose Intolerance to My Child’s Teacher

Friday, September 7th, 2018, My Story

My son Jarrod is in first grade and has sucrose intolerance. I was devastated when I heard about what happened at school yesterday. Upset and withdrawn after school, he finally told me at bedtime that he had diarrhea during recess and had to change clothes in the nurse’s office. The other kids were teasing him,… READ MORE

White Pizza Frittata Recipe

Friday, August 31st, 2018, Recipes

A frittata is almost one of the most heavenly dishes you can make. According to “The Kitchen Project” website, what began as a lowly egg and potato dish in Persia moved to Spain where it transformed itself into a layered Spanish tortilla and on to France where more eggs and fancy ingredients were added and… READ MORE

How to Pack the Perfect Picnic

Friday, August 24th, 2018, News

Summer is officially here with longer days, blossoming flowers, and warmer weather. One way to soak up the fresh air is by spending some time out in nature with a picnic. Whether you’re a beach bum or love the mountains, here are five simple picnic ideas for you, including healthy low-sucrose foods your whole crew… READ MORE

No-Bake, Peanut Butter “Granola” Bars

Friday, August 17th, 2018, Recipes
These No-Bake, Peanut Butter “Granola” Bars are pretend “granola” bars because they have none of the grains found in a typical “granola” bar recipe nor the typical amounts of sugar. ... READ MORE

What to Avoid If You Think You Might Have Sucrose Intolerance

Friday, August 10th, 2018, News
Seasonal summer foods to avoid if you have sucrose intolerance and healthy suggestions for what to eat. ... READ MORE
Sucrose Intolerance is more common than you think

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