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A Really Good Ulcerative Colitis Breakfast

This is my second favorite, and second most common breakfast.

Bacon and eggs, and coffee with honey.

Pretty simple and fits the diet well.  I used to eat pancakes with syrup like my wife is doing here, but not anymore as the new diet doesn’t allow for that.  Although if anyone is having great success with no symptoms from colitis right now and is able to eat pancakes often, please please let me know, and why not put a few comments down on how you can do that!! that would be great to learn about.

If you have a video that can be shared or any ideas about good breakfast meals that work with your UC diet, or if you have a family member who really enjoys something that works well, please email me a link to your video so it can be shared up here.  ihaveuc@ihaveuc.com  or just put some comments below on how the meal goes.

Thanks,

Adam



12 thoughts on “A Really Good Ulcerative Colitis Breakfast”

  1. I have found some gluten,lactose free pre-made pancakes at trader joes in the freezer section that are actually not that bad. More importantly they do not seem to bother me. I have been living with uc for about 3 years now and am currently in a flare up, but seem to be getting better with diet change.

    1. Hey Nate,
      My apologies for taking so incredibly long to reply to you, did you get out of that February flare alright? I sure hope so, and how are things going for you now?

      1. I make some really healthy pancakes using three ingredients:
        • Oats
        • Banana
        • Oatmilk or any non dairy milk

        Blend this ingredients equal parts so it has the texture of a regular pancake flour, then use vegan butter and make your pancakes. I topped them with Maple syrup grade A from Trader Joe’s or Date Syrup and I ask add more bananas on top and berries. Delicious and you don’t sacrifice the pancake cravings

  2. hello….for breakfast I eat half an avacado w/salt plus scrambled eggs……….for lunch I am already lost!! lol ..oh well………..would like to know what soup would be good. Love that in the cold months.

    1. Michele,
      The very best soup I have found for UC is a chicken soup with no noodles. I cook a whole organic chicken with onion, garlic, carrots, celery, salt,and carrots. Cook until the chicken falls off the bones andthe veggies are soft. Can add ginger if it agrees with you. Chicken soup has healing qualities – not just for colds and flus. Works for the ole belly too. And delicious on a cold Colroado day whre I live. Good luck Debra

  3. I have found that bacon helps me, so of coarse I take full advantage without getting too carried away, and I’m really new to this whole colitis thing. Does anyone have an insight as to why? Aside from bacon, rice cereals with Lactaid instead of regular milk and of coarse eggs. Sometimes the wake-up wrap with turkey sausage from Dunkin’ if I have to eat out, it has tons of protein and is really low cal. Still can’t do coffee and really don’t miss it.

  4. I CANT EAT GREASE FOODS THEY TEAR MY STOMACH UP. BACON AND SAUSAGE IS A HUGE NO NO FOR ME. I EAT 2 EGGS AND THE BREAD IS CALLED WONDER BREAD THATS THE PNLY BREAD THAT I HAVE FOUND THAT DONT CA– USE MY UC TO FLAIR

  5. My Mom (82 yrs old)has microscopic Colitis,what would be a good breakfast for her? She used to eat bacon every morning,but since it’s greasy we haven’t been fixing any fo4 her:-(

  6. Hello everyone, I am new here. Recently being diagnosed with a severe UC is not a good feeling but I guess everyone here knows this. I am learning about what foods feel good for me and which ones don’t. Is a pain in the but as I am Mexican and I cannot eat anymore spicy sauces or anything spicy. But I am also vegan so I practically being surviving in açaí bowls for breakfast, lunch i either have a salad with lots if avocados or just guacamole and chips ( no spicy and the chips of course from Trader Joe’s made of healthy grains ) and everyday dinner, wild blueberries smoothie with oats, Manuka honey and Oatly milk. This is far has stop my bleeding completely and I feel great ! I am also ready Cleanse to heal from the Medical Medium and An Ayurvedic Vegan Cook Book. To learn more delicious meals that suits my new life with UC.

  7. I have something going on as all the bad food makes my intestinal bad and cramp and watery stools. I go for a colonosopy 2 weeks and hopefully find out

    1. Hi Amy,
      Very sorry to hear that you are having such a hard time.
      It is a great idea to have your colonoscopy, especially if you have not had one before. That should allow the doctor to see exactly what is going on, and afterwards to provide you with some guidance on next steps to take.
      Wishing you the best, Adam

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