Anyone know the phe content in veggie maki/sushi rolls? I've heard two different things…that the seawood used for the wrap has no protein…I've also heard it's full of protein. Which is true? I was wondering if this was an acceptable food? Because otherwise it's seems like just little bits of rice with cucumbers or avocado.
i think i found an answer to this one–the veggie rolls are ok. just have to calculate the approx amt of rice & whatever veggies are in it. and watch out for sesame seeds. if anyone has any different info feel free to correct this.
I did a report for my English 101 class on artificial sweeteners recently, and their effects on people with PKU. According to my research, Stevia poses no threat to phenylketonurics. I haven't tried anything stevia-sweetened yet for myself, though. It's natural, so it doesn't contain aspartame or Nutra-Sweet, and it's not made from chemicals like Splenda. I hope this helps!