Here is a collection of salicylate molecules I've seen written in literature. You can look these up in ChemSpider or PubChem for more information. Know some of the other names can be useful when digging through research and trying to find patterns on what a salicylate is, or if it's water or organic soluble.
Salicylate (2-hydroxybenzoic acid)
Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)
Please check on these foods' levels on the food list, as they'll provide a little more context why they're listed here. For example, bananas vary widely - including up into the high range, but are generally well tolerated, especially when ripe. So please do your research and talk with your dietician/nutritionist first on which foods you should work with!
Nuts and Seeds
Try these in small amounts (less than 2 Tablespoons per day) to see how you many react.
Meats, Eggs, and Fish
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Grab and Go - while you're out and travelling
This is, by no means, anything fancy. It will help you get an idea of how many mg of salicylates you're getting per serving.
Download or open the excel sheet. Weigh your item. Find your approximate dose.
I will add to this over time, for example, include liquids, or incorporate ounces. This is what I have so far, so I thought I'd share.
Please remember that salicylates in foods, especially produce, can swing wildly.
There are so many great little websites dedicated to salicylate intolerance, I wanted to showcase them here. Some of them may not have been updated recently and I have not reviewed every post, I've included them because there have been interesting and useful articles within them. Again, I recommend you do your own research and try any suggestions carefully. Please contact me if you have a website to post.