I own a Frisbee maniac. MANIAC. He watched me and his mother play Frisbee all the time and one day he decided he wanted in on the action, and never turned back.
Since he has shown his love for Frisbee, I have also learned how to throw it to minimize/eliminate jumping. Years ago I myself was a Frisbee fanatic, so I just had to brush up on some old skills.
He is only 11 months old, so I am very careful to throw it as level as possible so he needn't jump for it. I don't even bother on windy days, when I know the wind may catch it and encourage him to jump for it.
He can catch any and every Frisbee thrown something close to well. It's freaky really. With more training, he might be able to give a border collie a run for its money...
.. Nah, just kidding, probably not, but he's really insanely good.
I'm up against a rock and a hard place here because he loves it so, so, so much, but I know how hard it can be on them and the risks involved. I don't want to deny him something he loves so much - and is so good at - but I try to moderate it by not throwing as to encourage jumping.
Oh ETA - as far as the bloat risk, I am very careful about feeding around play times. We always exercise first, spend a solid hour or a bit more to calm down, then eat.