mwinter:I feel for you. Not only do I have IBS, but I am also an extremely picky eater. So, as you can imagine, I am even more limited in what I can eat. I basically live in fear of having a D attack or gas anywhere in public (i.e. work), so I don't eat much during the day. It can make it really hard because some people don't understand why you pick at your food at a restaurant or a lunch meeting.I do ok with red-meat, dry cereal, gatorade (usually diluted), but I worry sometimes because I am physically active (I do weight tranining and play some other sports) and I don't want to wear myself out by not eating right. Something I posted before (and NO, I don't work for the company) is that Clif bars and Luna bars have been a pleasant alternative for me. They are a wheat/dairy free food, I'll call them "health bars" for lack of a better term. They have some good flavors, and do the trick when I need to satisfy my sweet tooth. they are a soy based product, so hopefully you are not alergic. They have become a staple of my diet, I usually eat 2-3 during the day and then eat "real food" for dinner.Being active is a nice cover for why I eat them, if anyone asks it just looks like I am trying to be healthy. And they actually taste good. Like I said, I am a very picky eater, so I like them, they can't be that bad. You can find them at many grocery stores, drug stores, and at REI.Good luck and keep trying! I feel 90% better since switching, and my flare ups are now usually only caused when I eat my forbidden foods. Hopefully, someday I'll learn!