Question: You know how many sources point to garlic and onions as being most egregious for people with IBS and/or other digestive issues? If I make a bone broth and use garlic and onions, but then strain the solids from each and consume only the... (more)
I LOVE onions! I could eat them until they come out of my ears! I know they are super healthy for you and have quite a bit of anti-oxidants in them. I eat probably 1 small to medium onion a day. While I'm on paleo, I'm trying to lose weight and... (more)
Onions have become a core component of my diet. I am using them almost as a rice or pasta alternative. I'll cook a whole vidalia onion then throw in some leafy greens to make a sort of onion based stir fry. Are there any particular health concerns... (more)
No, probably because they are high-FODMAP (specifically fructans). A lot of people with IBS have fructose malabsorption, and onions are considered a major offender.
Aside from the bad odor that they can give you. are there any scientific reasons, or hypothetical scientific reasons Garlic and/or Onions are/might be bad to consume. Please I'm only looking for science here, not "I feel bad after I eat onions",... (more)
Garlic and onions are often big problems for people with digestive disorders. Those who have difficulties with FODMAP foods often have problems with garlic and onions. It is my understanding, however, that the FODMAPs are not believed to cause the... (more)