There is a 3/3 guideline for adding foods back into your diet:
“Do not conclude a food causes symptoms, unless symptoms occur within 3 days of eating the food and occur consistently on 3 separate occasions after eating it.”*
You will know, as you begin to add foods back in, what works and what doesn’t. I suggest starting slow; give the diet a few weeks to work, and start adding foods back in one at a time. If a food causes symptoms on 3 different occasions, you will know that you are sensitive to that food and to avoid it for a while and try again later. Eventually you will come up with a plan that your body will love. Everyone is different and finding your own unique way of eating to feel good will change your life.
My 21 day Eat Clean, Get Lean Fall Cleanse is set up like an elimination diet so you can discover which foods are causing you discomfort. You also will take supplements that are meant to clean out your digestive system, and then restore the good bacteria, so your digestive system will function properly again. And, when you purchase the supplements, you will get the Cleanse Guide and over 50 delicious recipes for FREE! (I do also offer a 7 day cleanse that does not use supplements for those who aren’t ready to commit to the full 21 days.)
For more information on my Eat Clean, Get Lean Fall Cleanse, click here. If you have any questions about the cleanse or supplements, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
*Heizer, W D., Southern, S, McGovern, S. The Role of Diet in Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome in Adults: A Narrative Review. JADA 2009; 109: 1204-1214