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Re: MAOI diet short list

Posted by jsarirose on July 16, 2002, at 14:27:04

In reply to Re: MAOI diet short list Bobbiedobbs, posted by LLL on July 16, 2002, at 10:21:15

RE: MAO Diet
Keep in mind that the lists were re-done in 1996. Take any information from lists pre-1996 with a grain of salt. There are a lot of things that were previously prohibited that are now found to be fine.
General rule of thumb is aged products - that doesn't mean self-aged as in leftovers & marinades. You have to be a little careful with fruits and vegetables and leftovers that they aren't too far gone, but that's basically true anyway.
I had a hard time finding soups and broths without autolyzed yeast as well. Check out some Asian mixes and the more expensive pure boullions.
Vinegar is fine, as is soy sauce in moderation (1 tbsp or so at most). Tofu is fine, but not tempeh as it is fermented.
And don't forget that many cold meds are also not allowed!
Fresh cheeses are allowable, as in: mozzarella, montrachet, chevre, ricotta, cottage, cream cheese, etc. (Mozzarella has been a life saver for me as I'm a cheese-aholic!)
And the item about beer is general, tap beers or micro-brews can be dangerous, but big brand, pasteurized beer is fine.

Here are some sites I found helpful:
http://www.holisticonline.com/Remedies/Depression/dep_interactions_MAOI.htm
http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/miner/docs/pated/drugshts/mdiet.html
http://health.wchsys.org/carenotes/nd2007g.htm

Good luck!
-Jessica


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