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    cjtboy
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    I am following the strict forum version diet, and was wondering about ‘brown rice bran flour’. I can’t seem to find anything with this exact name.

    Bob Red Mill sells ‘Rice Bran’ – link http://www.bobsredmill.com/rice-bran.html

    Is this the right stuff? If no, can someone point me in the right direction?

    many thanks

    #88902

    Able900
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    cjtboy wrote: I am following the strict forum version diet, and was wondering about ‘brown rice bran flour’. I can’t seem to find anything with this exact name.
    Bob Red Mill sells ‘Rice Bran’ – link http://www.bobsredmill.com/rice-bran.html
    Is this the right stuff? If no, can someone point me in the right direction?
    many thanks

    That’s the one. Amazon has it as well.
    http://www.amazon.com/Bobs-Red-Mill-Natural-Stabalized/dp/B006K3UKPQ/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1345300250&sr=8-8&keywords=bob%27s+red+mill+rice+bran

    #88903

    Able900
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    cjtboy wrote: I am following the strict forum version diet, and was wondering about ‘brown rice bran flour’. I can’t seem to find anything with this exact name.
    Bob Red Mill sells ‘Rice Bran’ – link http://www.bobsredmill.com/rice-bran.html
    Is this the right stuff? If no, can someone point me in the right direction?
    many thanks

    That’s the one. Amazon has it as well.
    http://www.amazon.com/Bobs-Red-Mill-Natural-Stabalized/dp/B006K3UKPQ/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1345300250&sr=8-8&keywords=bob%27s+red+mill+rice+bran

    #88915

    cjtboy
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    cool – thanks for the quick response!

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    Doggiemama
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    #89017

    Tsunny
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    So brown rice bran flour is allowed? what stage of the diet?

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    Able900
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    Tsunny wrote: So brown rice bran flour is allowed? what stage of the diet?

    On the stricter version of the diet, rice bran can be tested two-weeks into the diet.
    Test Food: The first time you try a test food you should have only two to three bites. This amount is important since you’re going to be watching for a reaction from the food. The second day, providing you’ve had no reactions at all, you can have three bites. If on the third day, you still have not experienced any reactions at all, you can eat from 1/4 to 1/2 of a cup, however, each time you eat the food you should watch for reactions since food allergies can occur at any time if you have “Leaky Guy Syndrome.” If allergic reactions occur, you should stop eating the food immediately and not attempt to eat it again for two more weeks.

    Be sure to use only the type that is shown on the links above in the other posts.

    Able

    #89049

    lmm
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    Able900 wrote:

    So brown rice bran flour is allowed? what stage of the diet?

    On the stricter version of the diet, rice bran can be tested two-weeks into the diet.
    Test Food: The first time you try a test food you should have only two to three bites. This amount is important since you’re going to be watching for a reaction from the food. The second day, providing you’ve had no reactions at all, you can have three bites. If on the third day, you still have not experienced any reactions at all, you can eat from 1/4 to 1/2 of a cup, however, each time you eat the food you should watch for reactions since food allergies can occur at any time if you have “Leaky Guy Syndrome.” If allergic reactions occur, you should stop eating the food immediately and not attempt to eat it again for two more weeks.

    Be sure to use only the type that is shown on the links above in the other posts.

    Able

    I’m struggling to source those products. How’s this one: http://www.healthysupplies.co.uk/rice-bran-227g-ener-g.html

    Thanks –
    Len

    #89051

    raster
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    Bob’s red mill makes a rice bran as well…your link is OK and works.

    On a side note: I was horribly allergic to rice bran so if you can buy it in bulk and try it out, it might be the safest/cheapest route.

    -raster

    #89053

    lmm
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    raster wrote: Bob’s red mill makes a rice bran as well…your link is OK and works.

    On a side note: I was horribly allergic to rice bran so if you can buy it in bulk and try it out, it might be the safest/cheapest route.

    -raster

    Are you able to eat ordinary brown rice? Is there a correlation between the two with regards tolerability? I’ve just made bread using the flour, but I’ve gone off the idea now!!

    Len

    #89055

    raster
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    Brown rice flour and rice bran flour are completely different; the main reason is that brans feed the beneficial bacteria in the gut while rice does not at the same level.

    Another major difference between the two is that bran’s are mostly inflammatory neutral while brown rice flour is inflammatory and not good for the strict anti-candida diet. Brown rice is also high in starch…

    http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/cereal-grains-and-pasta/5710/2

    “Bran is the hard outer layer of grain and consists of combined aleurone and pericarp. Along with germ, it is an integral part of whole grains, and is often produced as a by-product of milling in the production of refined grains. When bran is removed from grains, the grains lose a portion of their nutritional value. Bran is present in and may be milled from any cereal grain, including rice, corn (maize), wheat, oats, barley and millet. Bran should not be confused with chaff, which is coarser scaly material surrounding the grain, but not forming part of the grain itself.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bran

    -raster

    #89575

    bApTizE
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    raster wrote: Brown rice flour and rice bran flour are completely different; the main reason is that brans feed the beneficial bacteria in the gut while rice does not at the same level.

    Another major difference between the two is that bran’s are mostly inflammatory neutral while brown rice flour is inflammatory and not good for the strict anti-candida diet. Brown rice is also high in starch…

    -raster

    Hi raster,
    Brown rice is on the safe list! NON-GLUTINOUS GRAINS, i’m confused now!

    #89580

    lmm
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    bApTizE wrote:

    Brown rice flour and rice bran flour are completely different; the main reason is that brans feed the beneficial bacteria in the gut while rice does not at the same level.

    Another major difference between the two is that bran’s are mostly inflammatory neutral while brown rice flour is inflammatory and not good for the strict anti-candida diet. Brown rice is also high in starch…

    -raster

    Hi raster,
    Brown rice is on the safe list! NON-GLUTINOUS GRAINS, i’m confused now!

    The website provides a less strict diet than the forum. The forum has no control over the content of the website. Definitely stay clear of any grains, including rice. Able can provide you with the strict diet, if you haven’t already got it.

    Len

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