A whole grain, breakfast cereal. I've got the MTHFR gene (separate from salicylate issue) that affects the way I process B-vitamins which ends up being a trigger for me causing migraines and heart palpitations, so I always look for cereals and substitute milks without added vitamins.
Eat with milk, or make a crunchy granola with it. Don't forget that marshmallows are also low in salicylates if you want to make a crispy marshmallow bar!
Brown rice tests a little bit higher than white rice. RPAH still lists it as low and well tolerated. Malakar et al. (2017) tested it as a medium level when including the bound salicylates (about the same as leeks, and a little higher than oats).
- Non GMO Project Verified
- Made with whole grain brown rice and no added sugar or salt
- This breakfast cereal has 15g of whole grains per serving for a nutritious start to the day
Where to find it
Amazon: https://amzn.to/2O7GNQ5 (pack of 2)
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